Thanks for your answer.
I think you were right.
I repeated the test with two different power supply. And I used the OutputON Switch of the Power Supplies. Here is a plot of the first one:
chanel1: CAN_H with releation to GND channel2: CAN_L
Additionally, please note that this is TCAN1042HV, not TCAN1042HV-Q1. This top marking is for a TCAN1042HVDR; see this other e2e post:
Part Number: TCAN1042HV Hi Team,
My customer is using TCAN1042, and now they observe that the voltage level of ACK bit is much higher than other bits, as the waveform shown below.
As I learned from another e2e thread , this might be related to "strong…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TCAN1051 CAN team,
I have an automotive customer asking if TCAN1051HDRQ1 and TCAN1042HVDRQ1 meet the following standards. Can you let me know please?
SAE J2284-4, ISO 11898-2 and SAE J1939-17…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV Hi team,
I am still confused about the WUP for waking up, could you help to describe in detail how do we achieve WUP?
From below snapshot, I think firstly we firstly add filtered dominant for tWK_FILTER, and then add filtered recessive…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV-Q1
Dear TI Team,
We are using TCAN1042HVDRQ1 CAN Transceiver in our Design.
We are facing some issue in RE test(Failure Frequency 200Mhz to 230 Mhz and 380Mhz to 420Mhz).
I have attached the schematic view of our CAN Transceiver…