Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of WAM/Troubleshooting


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Mar 10, 2017, 3:30:41 PM (4 years ago)
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  • WAM/Troubleshooting

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    9898'''Solution(s):'''
    9999    a. Turn on the WAM power supply.
    100     a. Make sure that the CANbus cable is securely plugged in.
    101     a. Make sure that the CANbus cable is plugged into the correct port on the PC (external WAM PCs)
    102     a. Make sure that the CANbus cable is properly terminated- there is a wrist or blank outer link attached.
    103     a. Make sure the CANbus card is properly seated in its PCI slot (external WAM PCs)
    104     a. Make sure the CAN driver is installed and loaded correctly: dmesg |grep –i pcan, cat /proc/pcan, lsmod
    105     a. Check for a broken CANbus or power wire, usually in a connector or at the safety puck.
    106     a. Check for a loose CANbus or power crimp in the connectors.
     100    a. [[WAM/DebugCan|Debug problems with the CAN bus]]
    107101    a. Attach the Puck serial cable to the safety board to verify that the safety puck is functional. Could it have overheated?
    108102  === Reason: You are accessing data outside of the program’s memory space (not likely with standard example programs).   ===