CANlib

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

November 27, 2018 Lars-Göran Fredriksson
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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

November 20, 2018 Lars-Göran Fredriksson
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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

November 13, 2018 Lars-Göran Fredriksson
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How to use Kvaser Virtual Device Channel and Bus

The purpose of this document is to show how to use the virtual devices created by Kvaser Drivers. We will cover Virtual Device, Virtual Channel and Virtual Bus. We will focus on the WINDOWS drivers, but some information can be used also for LINUX in appendix A. Here you will find information how to install, ... Read More

April 12, 2018 Lars-Göran Fredriksson
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Get more from your hardware with Kvaser SDK libraries

Develop your own application that interacts with your Kvaser device using CANlib SDK libraries.

April 6, 2018 Magnus Carlsson
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Converting to plain ASCII

This is an update of an older blog post and is now taking advantage of the Python canlib package v1.7. This is the second post in a 3-part series about using the Converter Library (kvlclib) in CANlib SDK: Writer formats and properties (1 of 3) Converting to plain ASCII (2 of 3) Special converter conditions ... Read More

February 20, 2017 Magnus Carlsson
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Writer formats and properties

This is the first post in a 3-part series about using the Converter Library (kvlclib) in CANlib SDK: Writer formats and properties (1 of 3) Converting to plain ASCII (2 of 3) Special converter conditions (3 of 3) The converter included in the Kvaser Memorator Config Tool is also available as a separate converter library called ... Read More

February 13, 2017 Magnus Carlsson
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Setting up CANlib: Event Driven

This is the last post in a 3-part series about CANlib development: Setting up CANlib in Visual Studio Basic API Calls Event Driven Applications Intro In our last video we showed how to create a console application that could configure and read messages from the CAN bus using basic API calls available in our CANlib ... Read More

September 30, 2015 Troy Via
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Setting Up CANlib: Basic API Calls

This is the second post in a 3-part series about CANlib development: Setting up CANlib in Visual Studio Basic API Calls Event Driven Applications Intro In the last video, we established how to add the CANlib SDK resources to your own Visual Studio project. In this video we will walk through the minimum CANlib function calls for ... Read More

September 22, 2015 Troy Via
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Kvaser TRX and Environment Variables (3 of 3)

Showing how we can use Kvaser TRX to watch and interact with environment variables.

September 15, 2015 Magnus Carlsson
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