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Revision to CAN connection

David Crocker

-[title|CAN connection basics]
+[title|CAN connection]
Twisted pair cables terminated in RJ11 connectors are sold in some countries as "High Speed ADSL cables". One supplier of such cables is [https://www.kenable.co.uk/en/search?controller=search&search_query=high+speed+adsl|Kenable].
-You can also make up your own cables. Kits of RJ11 (usually 6P4W) connectors and the corresponding assembly tool are readily available. For the cable, you can buy a length of twisted pair ribbon cable and separate it into individual pairs; or for short distances, use telephone cable. This image shows a cable made to connect a Duet 3 Mini to a Tool Distribution Board.
+You can also make up your own cables. Kits of RJ11 (usually 6P4W) connectors and the corresponding assembly tool are readily available. For the cable, you can buy unshielded twisted pair cable (e.g. Lapp 0035101 has two twisted pairs, so suitable for connecting a Tool Board to a Tool Distribution Board); or buy a length of twisted pair ribbon cable and separate it into individual pairs; or for short distances, use telephone cable.
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+This image shows a cable made to connect a Duet 3 Mini to a Tool Distribution Board.
==== Example of a good cable: ====
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-| The main board reported that it didn't have the correct firmware file in its /sys folder
+| The main board reported that it didn't have the correct firmware file
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