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Doubt reading LIN frames with a PEAK-CAN USB PRO

Posted: Tue 13. Sep 2016, 16:38
by CarlosMardones
Hello,

I´m developing a sniffer application for LIN frames. The solution that I found for Ubuntu is using sllin kernel patch for mapping LIN frames to CAN frames throught TTY. As PEAK-CAN USB Pro has LIN interface I want to use this capability in Windows. I was looking for some examples in your documentation but I couldn´t find helpful information :cry: .

Is there any way to read LIN frames in Linux with PEAK CAN USB pro?

Thanks in advance

Re: Doubt reading LIN frames with a PEAK-CAN USB PRO

Posted: Wed 14. Sep 2016, 08:31
by K.Wagner
Hello,
CarlosMardones wrote:As PEAK-CAN USB Pro has LIN interface I want to use this capability in Windows.
For Windows you have the PLIN API, a dynamic library tha supports you by doing LIN communication with the PCAN-USB Pro (no longer manufactured!) and PCAN-USB Pro FD devices.
CarlosMardones wrote: I was looking for some examples in your documentation but I couldn´t find helpful information .
You should have a package with PDF and Online-Help (.chm) documentation, explaning all API functions and LIN logic, as well as several Sample-Projects:
Sample projects in several programming languages
Sample projects in several programming languages
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Those examples generates an exe which let you test most capabilities of a PLIN channel; it looks like this:
Sample application
Sample application
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If you don't have these project samples, you can download this from our Website. Check the tab "Downloads" and look for PLIN-API

Re: Doubt reading LIN frames with a PEAK-CAN USB PRO

Posted: Thu 15. Sep 2016, 12:54
by CarlosMardones
Hello,

Thanks a lot and sorry for my mistake.

Re: Doubt reading LIN frames with a PEAK-CAN USB PRO

Posted: Mon 26. Sep 2016, 08:34
by U.Wilhelm
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