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by M.Heidemann
Wed 22. May 2024, 14:29
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 6 & Add-ins
Topic: Node addressing
Replies: 5
Views: 80

Re: Node addressing

Hi, If you only need to do this for a couple of messsages, this approach might be suitable: The rotary control would be the cycle time, a virtual signal. Each slider is assigned one signal, each on byte of the message cycle.png '-----------------------------------------------------------------------...
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. May 2024, 14:48
Forum: PCAN-ISO TP
Topic: PCANTP_STATUS_NETWORK_TIMEOUT_Cr Read error: 57344 or hexa 0xe000
Replies: 5
Views: 58

Re: PCANTP_STATUS_NETWORK_TIMEOUT_Cr Read error: 57344 or hexa 0xe000

Hello, You'll still need to configure two mappings in your software: Mapping 1: From tester (e.g., 0xA1) to ECU (e.g., 0xA2) – Used for sending initial requests. Mapping 2: From ECU (e.g., 0xA2) to tester (e.g., 0xA1) – Used for receiving responses. If this is what you are referring to by "reverse m...
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. May 2024, 13:37
Forum: PCAN-ISO TP
Topic: PCANTP_STATUS_NETWORK_TIMEOUT_Cr Read error: 57344 or hexa 0xe000
Replies: 5
Views: 58

Re: PCANTP_STATUS_NETWORK_TIMEOUT_Cr Read error: 57344 or hexa 0xe000

Hi, To summarize two earlier responses from our development team regarding this: If a timeout is happening, then it is more likely because your address mappings are not correct. When using physical adressed communication, mappings are defined in pairs. Check that you are doing this and that you are ...
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. May 2024, 10:43
Forum: PCAN-FMS Simulator 2
Topic: PCAN-FMS Simulator 2 doesn't respond to requests
Replies: 3
Views: 6908

Re: PCAN-FMS Simulator 2 doesn't respond to requests

Hey Kev, There was a bigger update in 2019 in which there were improvments to handling of receiving and validating of the VI (Vehicle Identification) and DI (Driver's Identification) transport protocol messages, as well as a bugfix addressing the manually simulated value of "Vehicle ID" , as it coul...
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. May 2024, 10:34
Forum: Linux
Topic: PCAN: sudo apt update error
Replies: 1
Views: 49

Re: Ubuntu 22.04 (Kernel 6.5) PCAN-Driver 8.17.0 (CharDev) -> ERROR: could not insert 'pcan': Exec format error

Hi,

1) Please create your own topic, hijacking this topic makes no sense as it's not related.

2) Provide more info. Do you get anything PEAK/PCAN-related in the error-message?

3) Your topic was moved, We wann make sure people with the same Issue are able to find it.

Best Regards

Marvin
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. May 2024, 09:02
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 6 & Add-ins
Topic: Node addressing
Replies: 5
Views: 80

Re: Node addressing

Hi Scope, Thanks for the clarification! Okay, you have two options: Option1: When selecting the signal, select the display mode "Qualified Short Names" in the Display Dropdown (Upper right corner in the Select Signal window), this way you'll be shown the signal name like this: SymbolFile.Symbol.Sign...
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. May 2024, 08:55
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: Help with Connecting Two USB-Based PCAN Devices Simultaneously
Replies: 1
Views: 54

Re: Help with Connecting Two USB-Based PCAN Devices Simultaneously

Hello, You do the exact same as you would do for the first device, initialize, read, write. Just use the corresponding handle of the second device. If you use two channels you will have to schedule read and write operations between the two. This could be done using events or using threading. Best Re...
by M.Heidemann
Fri 17. May 2024, 15:01
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 6 & Add-ins
Topic: Node addressing
Replies: 5
Views: 80

Re: Node addressing

Hello, Create a symbol-file, add a symbol of type extended for each, make sure to add the corresponding signals you need (Use a name that reflect if node1 or 2). Then Add two Value-Indicators and assign the signals under Data->Signal. Add a label to indicate which nodes it belongs to and you should ...
by M.Heidemann
Wed 15. May 2024, 08:54
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: python QOVERRUN
Replies: 3
Views: 172

Re: python QOVERRUN

Hi Michele,

Thank you for letting us know!

If you have any questions, fee free to open up a new topic anytime!

Best Regards

Marvin
by M.Heidemann
Wed 15. May 2024, 08:51
Forum: PCAN-RS-232
Topic: <stdio.h>, snprintf() not implemented?
Replies: 2
Views: 83

Re: <stdio.h>, snprintf() not implemented?

Hello!

Thank you for coming back to this after you found the solution, we appreciate it!

We try to keep our examples compact and only include dependencies that relate to the sample itself.

If you have any further questions, feel free to open up another topic.

Best Regards

Marvin