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Kvaser’s wireless CAN bridge makes light work of CAN network connection

Configuration-free wireless CAN bridge achieves predictable latency, without sacrificing stability or range Mölndal, Sweden – 14th December 2018 – Kvaser, a global leader in CAN (Controller Area Network) development, is pleased to introduce the Kvaser Air Bridge Light HS, a high-performance wireless CAN bridge to connect CAN networks. Comprising a preconfigured pair of plug-and-play units, ... Read More

Kvaser Software Release November 2018: Clarification of documentation

Kvaser’s latest software release clarifies existing documentation and adds new materials. Notable changes and additions include: Kvaser Linux driver and SDK (canlib): This version includes the new GCC 8 compiler for the GNU OS. The compiler for old GCC versions 4.3 and 4.6 remains within CANlib. Also, the listChannels example is now provided in the ... Read More

Hanze Racing Division: Wireless communication and logging in Formula Student competition

Hanze Racing Division The Hanze Racing Division (HARD) is the official Formula Student race team representing Hanze University of Applied Sciences since 2010. The team consists of ambitious students from different academic fields with a shared passion for race cars. These students combine their talents and knowledge to make a strong, versatile team. Everyone in … Read More

Using CANlib Visual Studio 2017 VB

In this document I will show you how to enable CANlib in Visual Studio 2017 when creating a Visual Basic (VB) project. I will show how to create WIN32 and WIN64 applications. I will also show how to handle the platform-settings: x86 and x64. When this is done, you can use the same project (source ... Read More

Using CANlib Visual Studio 2017 C++

In this document I will show you how to enable CANlib in Visual Studio 2017 when creating a C++ project. I will show how to create WIN32 and WIN64 applications. I will also show how to handle the platform-settings: x86 and x64. When this is done, you can use the same project (source code) for ... Read More

Using CANlib Visual Studio 2017 C#.NET

In this document I will show you how to enable CANlib in Visual Studio 2017 when creating a C# .NET project. I will show how to create WIN32 and WIN64 applications. I will also show how to handle the platform-settings: x86, x64 and AnyCPU. When this is done, you can use the same project (source ... Read More