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Product Line: CAN
Release date: 08-21-2012
Software type: Driver
Operating system: PharLap; VxWorks; Windows 7; Windows Vista; Windows XP 32-bit
The NI-XNET product line is a combination of accelerated controller area network (CAN), FlexRay interfaces and Local Interconnect Network (LIN), an optimized driver, easy-to-use APIs, and configuration and debug utilities. With NI-XNET interfaces, you can develop applications for prototyping, simulating, and testing LIN, FlexRay and CAN networks faster and more easily in NI LabVIEW and LabVIEW Real-Time as well as C/C++.
The NI-XNET 1.6 release adds the following features:
The NI-XNET 1.6 release changes the following:
You can install and run this version of the NI-XNET software on the following operating systems:
The NI-XNET installer does not support Windows NT/Me/2000/98/95 or the Windows Server non-R2 editions.
Note: Support for Windows Server 2003 R2 may require disabling physical address extensions (PAE). To learn how this may affect your use of Windows Server 2003 and what actions you may need to take, visit ni.com/info and enter the info code PAESupport.
NI-XNET does not support guest accounts on Windows 7/Vista/XP. You must log into an administrative or user account to use NI-XNET on these OSes.
|Caution If you plan to perform an upgrade of your system from a prior version of Microsoft Windows to Microsoft Windows Vista, you are required to uninstall all National Instruments software prior to performing the upgrade. After the upgrade has been completed, you can reinstall your National Instruments software.|
This version of the NI-XNET software supports the following National Instruments hardware products on Windows and LabVIEW RT:
The NI-XNET software supports only National Instruments CAN, FlexRay, and LIN hardware products. For information about software for CAN products from other vendors, refer to the documentation you received with those products.
This version of the NI-XNET software supports the following development environments:
The NI-XNET installer is packaged as a self-extracting archive that will automatically launch the driver installer. By default, files are extracted to C:\National Instruments Downloads\NI-XNET\1.6
Perform the following steps to install NI-XNET:
To conserve disk space you can delete your extracted files. It is recommended that you keep the extracted installation files in case you need to add features from the NI-XNET distribution in the future or you need to include the NI-XNET installer in a installer you build.