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FDCAN Clock issue

garry lai
Associate II

fdcan colock error? why?i600.jpg

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SofLit
ST Employee

Hello @garry lai ,

According to your screen shot it seems your MCU is an STM32H7. May be an STM32H743?

If you refer to the RM0433/Table 60. Kernel clock distribution overview:

The table provides the peripheral max clock according to the VOS level you've already set:

SofLit_0-1701438475636.png

 

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KDJEM.1
ST Employee

Hello @garry lai ,

Could you please give more details:

- Which STM32 devices are you using?

- Which STM32CubeMX version are you using?

Thanks and best regards,

Kaouthar

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AScha.3
Chief

move your mouse pointer there - a pop up will tell you the max. allowed clock

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SofLit
ST Employee

Hello @garry lai ,

According to your screen shot it seems your MCU is an STM32H7. May be an STM32H743?

If you refer to the RM0433/Table 60. Kernel clock distribution overview:

The table provides the peripheral max clock according to the VOS level you've already set:

SofLit_0-1701438475636.png

 

To give better visibility on the answered topics, please click on "Accept as Solution" on the reply which solved your issue or answered your question.