Filtered Results

In your Test Specification document, click the Add Event button. The Event configuration dialog opens. Create the If condition that will trigger the event. Click the Select channel button in the If condition ...

In your Logging specification document, specify values for the Operator and DUT in the Test Properties section, if desired. The fields for Operator and DUT are auto-populated, but can be changed or deleted, ...

While the test is running, click the Add Note button in the toolbar. A dialog will open, timestamped with the time the button was clicked. Record any information you wish to include in the log file. Note ...

LIN interfaces are software representations of physical ports. Complete the following steps to adjust the port settings. Enable Termination, if necessary. Improperly configured Termination schemes might ...

Click Add Signals on the CAN port you want to configure. Select the Database that contains the signals you want to update. Select the Cluster that contains the signals you want to apply J1939 to. Select ...

On the Logging Specification document, select Export automatically to CSV file format when logging completes. Specify the CSV file data rate, if necessary. All logged data channels are mapped to a common ...

Although it is possible (and supported) in principle to run a network without a database, using a database is highly recommended to have a consistent set of network parameters for all nodes in the network. ...

Configure the Logging Specification with the desired settings for your data log file name, location, duration, export, and triggering options. Click the Start Test and Stop Test buttons at the top of any ...

Hover over the channel row to see the Configure gear . Click the gear for the channel you wish to configure. The channel configuration dialog opens. Use the Name field to specify the channel name, if necessary. ...

Select one of the following options depending on your automotive network: Use CAN databases—Manage and configure CAN databases to determine which signals to use in your Channel Specification. Use LIN databases ...

A calculated channel produces a new value based on calculations performed on other channels in the system. You can choose from the following calculation types: Configuring RMS and Mean Channels Configuring ...

Refer to the following information to configure your device channels. Configuring I/O Channels Configuring an Automotive Bus Configuring Calculated Channels After you configure your channels, you can begin ...

Hover over the channel row to see the Configure gear . Click the gear for the channel you wish to configure. The channel configuration dialog opens. Use the Name field to specify the channel name, if necessary. ...

Add a channel produced by applying either a lowpass or a highpass Butterworth filter to an existing hardware channel. The lowpass or highpass filter channel displays filtered data that excludes any noise ...

Add a calculated channel to analyze or scale data from existing hardware channels. A calculated channel produces a new value based on calculations performed on other channels in the system. In the Channel ...

Add and configure signals to use in your Channel specification. Use any of the following options that apply to the devices in your system: Configure sensors in your Channel Specification Configure digital ...

Add a channel that applies RMS or Mean averaging to the data in an existing hardware channel. The RMS or Mean channel produces a new value based on averaging performed on the data in a channel in the system. ...

Hover over the channel row to see the Configure gear . Click the gear for the channel you wish to configure. The channel configuration dialog opens. Use the Name field to specify the channel name, if necessary. ...

Depending on your application, you can set any of the following configurations for your project: Logging Data Adding Metadata to a Project Enabling and Configuring Triggers Adding an Event

Low-Speed CAN requires termination at the Low-Speed CAN transceiver instead of on the cable. The termination requires two resistors: RTH for CAN_H and RTL for CAN_L. This configuration allows the NXP fault-tolerant ...

Showing 1-20 of 58 results
1 of 3 pages