The J1939 node address that this session uses to read and write address specific frames.
This property changes the node address of a J1939 session by starting an address claiming procedure. Setting the SAE J1939:Node Address property causes NI-XNET to start the interface, but it does not start the session. Any properties that are to be set before the interface starts must be set before you set this property. J1939 traffic is not retained by an input session until XNET Start or XNET Read are explicitly called.
Long Name: SAE J1939:Node Address
Class: XNET Session
After setting this property to a valid value (≤ 253), reading the property returns the null address (254) until the address is granted. Poll the property and wait until the address gets to a valid value again before starting to write. Refer to the NI-XNET examples that demonstrate this procedure.
The node address value determines the source address in a transmitting session or a destination address in a receiving session. The source address in the extended frame identifier is overwritten with the node address of the session before transmitting.
In NI-XNET, you can assign the same J1939 node address to multiple sessions running on the same interface (for example, CAN1). Those sessions represent one J1939 node. By assigning different J1939 node addresses to multiple sessions running on the same interface, you also can create multiple nodes on the same interface.
If a J1939 ECU is assigned to multiple sessions, changing the address in one session also changes the address in all other sessions with the same assigned ECU.
For more information, refer to the SAE J1939:ECU property.
Where This Property Is Available:
Desktop OS: Windows
FPGA: Not supported
Web Server: Not supported in VIs that run in a web application