News and Events

CAN FD technology day in Prague

Kvaser Technical Associate Miroslav Macháček from Mach Systems s.r.o. will be speaking at CAN in Automation’s CAN FD day in Prague on 11th October 2018. His presentation, entitled ‘A Practical Bandwidth Comparison of CAN/CAN FD and Ethernet’, is part of a comprehensive introduction into CAN FD that is free for attendees – click here for ... Read More

Supporting CAN FD and the non-ISO version

CAN FD interfaces and data loggers come in two variants: products that implement Bosch's original protocol, which are referred to as ‘non-ISO CAN FD’, and those that comply with ISO standard 11898-2:2015, referred to as ‘CAN FD’. The difference between the protocols is that non-ISO CAN FD has no stuff-bit counter bits in the CAN-frame. ... Read More

Kvaser Software Release September 2018: Continued Python and Linux updates

Kvaser’s latest software release continues to expand Kvaser’s Python and Linux resources. Notable changes and additions include: Python canlib package (pycanlib): Continuous improvements and additions, such as event count estimation, script status and an API to access information about reader formats. Kvaser Driver for Windows SDK (kvlclib): Adds an API to access information about reader formats ... Read More

Running Python wrapper on Linux

This is an update of an older blog post and is now taking advantage of the Python canlib package v1.6 and later. Today we take a look at how to setup and send a CAN message using Kvasers Python package canlib. For this example we use the Kvaser USBcan Pro 2xHS v2, but any Kvaser ... Read More

Configure an SD card using kvmlib

This is the final post in a 4-part series about configuring and reading logged data using a Kvaser Memorator 2nd Generation device through kvmlib: 1 Getting started with kvmlib 2 Adding script and triggers to a configuration 3 Digging deeper into kvmlib 4 Configure an SD card using kvmlib Earlier we interacted with kvmlib to ... Read More

Digging deeper into kvmlib

This is the third post in a 4-part series about configuring and reading logged data using a Kvaser Memorator 2nd Generation device through kvmlib: 1 Getting started with kvmlib 2 Adding script and triggers to a configuration 3 Digging deeper into kvmlib 4 Configure an SD card using kvmlib In the first part we showed ... Read More

Adding script and triggers to a configuration

This is the second post in a 4-part series about configuring and reading logged data using a Kvaser Memorator 2nd Generation device through kvmlib: 1 Getting started with kvmlib 2 Adding script and triggers to a configuration 3 Digging deeper into kvmlib 4 Configure an SD card using kvmlib In the first part we showed how ... Read More

Getting started with kvmlib

This is the first post in a 4-part series about configuring and reading logged data using a Kvaser Memorator 2nd Generation device through kvmlib: 1 Getting started with kvmlib 2 Adding script and triggers to a configuration 3 Digging deeper into kvmlib 4 Configure an SD card using kvmlib This first post will give an ... Read More

Kvaser Shares CAN FD Possibilities With Design News

It’s no secret that here at Kvaser, we’re excited about the possibilities that CAN FD is enabling in the automotive industry, with its increased data loads, faster response time and higher performance capabilities. Recently, our own Director of Marketing, Jesse Paliotto, penned an article to share our enthusiasm with the readers of Design News, a ... Read More