CanKing

CAN Signal Analysis with Spreadsheets and Kvaser’s CanKing SAE J1939 Example

A few of the customers I’ve worked with over the last few years have indicated a need to analyze a limited number of CAN signals within an SAE J1939 data stream. Although Kvaser has many partner companies that offer plenty of powerful choices for CAN analysis software, it is sometimes desirable to graph a signal ... Read More

May 28, 2020 Bryan Hennessy
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Applying a J1939 DBC file and building a simple test script in CanKing

In the previous post I introduced some of the free software downloads from Kvaser, and gave an example of how to use some of these tools for learning about CAN, and for CAN development and test projects while at home. There is no specific hardware required for this, just a computer. The primary software tools ... Read More

May 21, 2020 Bryan Hennessy
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Beginner’s Guide to Using Kvaser’s Virtual Drivers

If you are interested in developing a Controller Area Network (CAN) project from home using tools available to you today, Kvaser and our partners can help. Kvaser’s CAN interfaces and dataloggers work with one universal driver that includes a Virtual CAN Driver. This Virtual CAN driver is used by tools to monitor and transmit CAN ... Read More

April 13, 2020 Bryan Hennessy
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Database formatter in CanKing

In the latest version of CanKing (v6.6), a new DBC Formatter has been included. We will here take a look at this formatter and see how it can be used to show signal values in the output window of CanKing. We will be using the Kvaser Virtual CAN Driver, so no interface is needed to ... Read More

March 1, 2018 Magnus Carlsson
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Easy Loopback Testing with the Kvaser T-cannector v2 and CanKing

On a CAN HS (High Speed) network, you cannot just send a write command or receive command to the CAN interface. CAN requires the network to have at least two active nodes for successful communication.

March 5, 2015 Troy Via
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