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by M.Maidhof
Wed 8. Feb 2012, 12:49
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: difference between Light API and Basic API
Replies: 2
Views: 2972

Re: difference between Light API and Basic API

Hi, you will find a side by side comparison of those APIs in our product catalog on page 46: http://www.peak-system.com/produktcd/Catalogs/PEAK-SysE_LQ.pdf For your application, the PCANbasic API will be ok, see sample code which will be delivered with the PCANBasic API package. best regards Michael
by M.Maidhof
Wed 8. Feb 2012, 12:46
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: documentation
Replies: 1
Views: 2221

Re: documentation

Hi,

please see the following topic:

http://www.peak-system.com/forum/viewto ... f=119&t=27

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Wed 8. Feb 2012, 09:10
Forum: Hardware
Topic: buslight busheavy busoff, etc
Replies: 3
Views: 13713

Re: buslight busheavy busoff, etc

Hi,

please see the following topic in our forum:

http://www.peak-system.com/forum/viewto ... f=120&t=39

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Thu 26. Jan 2012, 11:41
Forum: PCAN-PCI
Topic: Communication between Simulink model and PCAN-PCI card
Replies: 1
Views: 4927

Re: Communication between Simulink model and PCAN-PCI card

Hello Renat, unfortunately we can't answer that question regarding the use of a QNX driver system (PEAK don't have such a driver, so it will be better to contact the QNX driver developer). But I can answer you that performance question regarding the use of a PCAN-PCI card with a standard PEAK Window...
by M.Maidhof
Thu 12. Jan 2012, 13:37
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 5 & Add-ins
Topic: VB macro
Replies: 7
Views: 5052

Re: VB macro

Please see the NewClientSend() macro in the macro list, which is a demo VB macro, showing you how to send out a CAN frame with VBmacro.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Thu 12. Jan 2012, 12:36
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 5 & Add-ins
Topic: VB macro
Replies: 7
Views: 5052

Re: VB macro

Sorry, but I don't understand your last post. Which information do you mean?

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Wed 11. Jan 2012, 15:24
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 5 & Add-ins
Topic: VB macro
Replies: 7
Views: 5052

Re: VB macro

Hi Piter,

yes, this will be possible with a VB macro or even with a simple standard macro.

best regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Tue 10. Jan 2012, 11:51
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 5 & Add-ins
Topic: Delta V
Replies: 1
Views: 1993

Re: Delta V

Hello, yes, thats possible. You have to write a small VBmacro to calculate a third signal out of two given signals. Here is an example: Sub CalculatePower() Dim voltage, current, power Set voltage = Signals("Voltage") Set current = Signals("Current") Set power = Signals("Power") If power Is Nothing ...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 19. Dec 2011, 10:28
Forum: Software
Topic: Regarding PCAN Explorer Macro
Replies: 1
Views: 3675

Re: Regarding PCAN Explorer Macro

Hi, to cut a 4byte value into bytes, you should use the integer division "\" Data(2) = (TrimValue.Value \ 16777216) And &HFF Data(3) = (TrimValue.Value \ 65536) And &HFF Data(4) = (TrimValue.Value \ 256) And &HFF Data[2] was used a second time, sure you want do that, or is it just a typo? Data(2) = ...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 12. Dec 2011, 16:39
Forum: PCAN-View
Topic: Command line options
Replies: 3
Views: 7230

Re: Command line options

Hi,

PCAN-View does not offer a command line interface, only with PCAN-Explorer it will be possible to control the software by a VBscript, with which you can open and save files.

best regards

Michael