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In version 1.5 of the Python wrapper, a lot of improvements were made. Two new libraries were wrapped; LINlib, which holds the LIN bus API, and kvaDbLib which contains the Database API (and there will be some blog on how to use those in the future). The biggest change was however under the hood were ... Read More
We have seen in earlier blog articles how to create a DBC database and how to use signals from the database while sending and receiving CAN traffic.1 This time we’ll take a look at how we can use the DBC database to show signals from logged data. Configure the logger In order to capture our ... Read More
This is the second post in a 2-part series about how to manage DBC databases using the Kvaser database library (kvadblib) and Python: Handling CAN databases in Python Send and receive database signals In the first post we created a DBC database and took a peek inside to verify that we got what we ... Read More
This is the first post in a 2-part series about how to manage DBC databases using the Kvaser database library (kvadblib) and Python: Handling CAN databases in Python Send and receive database signals With the release of CANlib SDK v5.22, the database library (kvaDbLib) has been overhauled and the Python canlib wrapper package (v1.5) have ... Read More
Today we take a look at how to setup and send a CAN message using Kvaser's new Python package canlib. For this example we use the Kvaser USBcan Pro 2xHS v2, but any Kvaser interface can be used. First step is to download and install Kvaser Linux Driver and SDK (the current version of CANlib is v5.18): $ ... Read More
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.
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…
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.