You can change the CAN baud rate from within software using the Interface Settings dialog, if necessary.Complete the following steps to adjust the baud rates using the Interface Settings dialog.
|CAN||This is the default CAN 2.0 standard I/O mode as defined in ISO 11898-1:2003. A fixed baud rate is used for transfer, and the payload length is limited to 8 bytes.|
|CAN FD (FD baud rate enabled)||CAN FD—This is the CAN FD mode as specified in the CAN with Flexible Data-Rate specification, version 1.0. Payload lengths up to 64 are allowed, but they are transmitted at a single fixed baud rate.|
|CAN FD + BRS (FD baud rate enabled)||CAN FD+BRS—This is the CAN FD as specified in the CAN with Flexible Data-Rate specification, version 1.0, with the optional Baud Rate Switching enabled. The same payload lengths as CAN FD mode are allowed; additionally, the data portion of the CAN frame is transferred at a different (higher) baud rate.|