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Using CANlib Visual Studio 2019 C# .NET STANDARD 2.0

The Kvaser C# wrapper for CANlib has been ported to .NET Standard. In this document, I will show you how to enable CANlib in Visual Studio 2019 when creating a C# project using the .NET Standard 2.0 for both “.NET CORE” and “.NET Framework”. This document can also be used when enabling CANlib in an ... Read More

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BY Lars-Göran
Fredriksson

A Fictional Use Case With Kvaser DIN Rail and t programming

In order to create a fictional use case, let us assume that the company we are working for are installing a dangerous machine on the factory floor. The machine is surrounded by a fence with access to the machine through a single gate, see Figure 2. Figure 2: Overview of installation with fence, gate sensor, ... Read More

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BY Magnus
Carlsson

Kvaser DIN Rail – Remote Device With I/O Pins

In this article, we take a look at the Kvaser DIN Rail and how to control this device using CANlib. Overview HW The Kvaser DIN Rail family is a collection of Ethernet to CAN/CAN FD interfaces with support for I/O ports via add-on modules. The housing has a mounting clip that attaches to a 35 ... Read More

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BY Magnus
Carlsson

How to test if your CAN termination works correctly

It is well known, in the CAN community at least, that every CAN and CAN FD network should be terminated with a 120 Ohm resistor at each end of the bus. More information can be found on ‘Why use a resistor?’ and how to maximise signal quality in the whitepaper ‘Using termination to ensure recessive ... Read More

How to connect multiple Kvaser BlackBirds

In this document I will show the different methods available for connecting one or more BlackBirds to a single computer. I will also investigate issues related to disturbance and unexpected delays when using multiple BlackBirds. Writer: Lars-Göran Fredriksson, Field Application Engineer, Kvaser AB Version: V1.01 2019 An Introduction to the Kvaser BlackBird v2 Kvaser BlackBird ... Read More

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BY Lars-Göran
Fredriksson