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by M.Maidhof
Thu 11. Aug 2022, 09:27
Forum: PLIN-API
Topic: Where to put the PLinApi.dll
Replies: 5
Views: 203

Re: Where to put the PLinApi.dll

Hi,

first of all, what do you want to do? You have a PCAN-USB which don't support LIN. But your first request was for the PLIN-API. If you want to use the device with CAN, please download the PCANBasic API, which also have a Python header available.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Wed 10. Aug 2022, 09:25
Forum: PLIN-API
Topic: Where to put the PLinApi.dll
Replies: 5
Views: 203

Re: Where to put the PLinApi.dll

Hello, the device IPEH-002021 you are using is a PCAN-USB, which can't be used with the PLIN-API. You need a PLIN-USB device for LIN: https://www.peak-system.com/PLIN-USB.485.0.html Next, there is no need to copy the dlls by hand, simply use the LIN option in our driver setup, to install both dlls (...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 8. Aug 2022, 11:25
Forum: Beta: LIN Device Driver for Linux
Topic: Understanding the character device
Replies: 2
Views: 621

Re: Understanding the character device

Hi, please have a look on that pdf file, where we show some typical tasks for the PLIN driver. PLIN Linux_Driver_QuickStartGuide.pdf Please note that a LIN slave cannot send frames and therefore can't have a scheduler. Only a LIN master is able to handle a scheduler. Please see LIN specification for...
by M.Maidhof
Fri 5. Aug 2022, 10:01
Forum: Linux
Topic: Installing PEAK Drivers on NI cRIO-903x Linux RT with netdev support
Replies: 1
Views: 345

Re: Installing PEAK Drivers on NI cRIO-903x Linux RT with netdev support

Hi, thank you for your post. We don't know that NI cRIO-903x with Linux RT system, so for us it is not clear why this error happens. Which PCAN hardware do you want to use on that system? On a RT system, it will be easier to use the SocketCAN drivers which are available in the kernel by default. The...
by M.Maidhof
Fri 5. Aug 2022, 09:04
Forum: Linux
Topic: Status Code
Replies: 6
Views: 309

Re: Status Code

Hi,

please have a look in our demo program source in the test directory, this will answer most of your questions:

1. OK
2. yes
3. It is up to you which version you prefer. With LINUX_CAN_Read_Timeout you can use a non blocking read.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Thu 4. Aug 2022, 17:24
Forum: Linux
Topic: Status Code
Replies: 6
Views: 309

Re: Status Code

Hi, ok, you use the chardev driver interface. Depending on which API you are using, you will find the error codes in the headerfile pcan.h or in the header of the used API. If you get a status of 9 it is a combination of 1 and 8, so you are in a busheavy state and XMTFUll is set. So it looks like yo...
by M.Maidhof
Thu 4. Aug 2022, 11:12
Forum: Linux
Topic: Status Code
Replies: 6
Views: 309

Re: Status Code

Hi,

which driver version do you use? Please post the output of cat /proc/pcan

regards

Michael.
by M.Maidhof
Thu 4. Aug 2022, 11:10
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 6 & Add-ins
Topic: PCAN Exlorer 6 Trace/Symbol files
Replies: 5
Views: 425

Re: PCAN Exlorer 6 Trace/Symbol files

Hi,

when you use a trace from a PCAN-Diag, the trace only contents the raw CAN messages. To get the J1939 multipacket message of this raw CAN data, please use the "J1939 Reassemble J1939 TP Packets" in the Filter Options of the Tracer :
J1939.JPG
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regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Wed 3. Aug 2022, 14:15
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 6 & Add-ins
Topic: Fichier .trc impossible à lire avec pcanview
Replies: 4
Views: 139

Re: Fichier .trc impossible à lire avec pcanview

Hi,

yes, with the PEAK Converter from our support website, you can convert trace files from version 2.x to version 1.x for the use with PCAN-Explorer 5. You have to select the target version to 1.x in the target file option.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Fri 29. Jul 2022, 13:52
Forum: PCAN-Explorer 6 & Add-ins
Topic: Standard Macro with Symbols J1939
Replies: 6
Views: 2073

Re: Standard Macro with Symbols J1939

Hi,

yes, but even a trial version has a serialnumber. My offer could also be used by a trial version, but we will only send it by email.

regards

Michael