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CHIP.INI [CAN]


[CAN]
RX_QUEUE_SIZE1=Size of the reception queue for CAN1 port

This entry specifies the reception queue size for the CAN1 port, i.e. the number of received CAN messages that can be stored inside the @CHIP-RTOS-PPC's CAN stack for this port.

Minimum: 4
Maximum: Only limited by available memory
Default:
Default is 10
Example:
 [CAN]
 RX_QUEUE_SIZE1=20
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00


[CAN]
TX_QUEUE_SIZE1=Size of the transmission queue(s) for CAN1 port

This entry specifies the transmission queue size for the CAN1 port, i.e. the number of send CAN messages that can be stored inside the @CHIP-RTOS-PPC's CAN stack for this port (for each the normal and high priority queue).

Minimum: 0
Maximum: Only limited by available memory
Default:
Default is 10
Example:
 [CAN]
 TX_QUEUE_SIZE1=20
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00


[CAN]
RX_QUEUE_SIZE2=Size of the reception queue for CAN2 port

This entry specifies the reception queue size for the CAN2 port, i.e. the number of received CAN messages that can be stored inside the @CHIP-RTOS-PPC's CAN stack for this port.

Minimum: 4
Maximum: Only limited by available memory
Default:
Default is 10
Example:
 [CAN]
 RX_QUEUE_SIZE2=20
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00


[CAN]
TX_QUEUE_SIZE2=Size of the transmission queue(s) for CAN2 port

This entry specifies the transmission queue size for the CAN2 port, i.e. the number of send CAN messages that can be stored inside the @CHIP-RTOS-PPC's CAN stack for this port (for each the normal and high priority queue).

Minimum: 0
Maximum: Only limited by available memory
Default:
Default is 10
Example:
 [CAN]
 TX_QUEUE_SIZE2=20
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00





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