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LIN Databases

Last Modified: March 28, 2019

Manage your embedded networks using LIN databases, which provide a consistent set of parameters for all input/slave nodes in the network.

LIN databases allow you to store frames and signals running on the network in a database, as well as information about which ECU is transmitting which data. This information also is needed for each node in the network.

Databases in FlexLogger consist of clusters, which contain a number of frames, which are comprised of the signals used to send data.
  • Cluster—The basic entity of a database. A cluster is the description of a single network (for example, a LIN bus).
  • Frame—A single message that is exchanged on the cluster.
  • Signal—The basic data exchange unit on the network. These signals are equivalent to LIN channels.

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