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Using Object Buffers

Some of our interfaces are equipped with hardware buffers for automatic sending or responding to messages. They can be used when the timing conditions are strict, and might not be possible to fulfill on the application level. Normally, a CAN message received by the CAN driver in the Kvaser unit has to pass through to ... Read More

A more object oriented approach on accessing your Kvaser device from Python (3 of 3)

During testing, the focus is often on a specific device instead of the channel centered CANlib. This is now taken care of via the new Python module kvDevice.

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BY Magnus
Carlsson

Using Python to connect to your remote device (2 of 3)

Last time I mentioned that kvrlib also has a Python wrapper included in the Kvaser CANlib SDK and I thought we could take a quick look at this as well. We will try some discovery and configuration…

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BY Magnus
Carlsson

[Archive] Accessing Kvaser CANlib from Python (1 of 3)

This blog uses now deprecated functions, see blog "Improved API in Python canlib v1.5" for more information. This is the first post in a 3-part series about using Python with Kvaser products: Accessing Kvaser CANlib from Python Using Python to connect to your remote device A more object oriented approach on accessing your Kvaser device from Python ... Read More

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BY Logan
Via

Accessing Kvaser CANlib from Python (1 of 3)

There have been Python wrappers for CANlib included in the Kvaser CANlib SDK for a while now, but recently they have gotten an overhaul and more libraries and functions are wrapped as we speak.

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BY Magnus
Carlsson