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The NI-​XNET Bus Monitor is a universal analysis tool for displaying and logging CAN, LIN, or FlexRay network data. You can display network information in either the most recent data or historical data ...

To ease copy and paste operations from one cluster to another, a set of cluster import/​export options is available. You can find them in the cluster object right-​click menu.

Each cluster can contain an arbitrary number of frames. A frame is a single message exchanged on the cluster. In NI-​CAN, this is equivalent to an NI-​CAN message.

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You can edit PDU properties in the PDU properties dialog. Note that PDUs are available only if the editor is switched to PDU mode.

Protocol Data Units (PDUs) are the basic entities transferred via the network protocol. You can think of them as "frames within a frame."

Use the right pane dialogs to edit the database object properties. When you click an object in the tree view, the corresponding edit dialog for that object opens in the right pane with the current object ...

Each frame contains an arbitrary number of signals. Signals are the basic data exchange units on the network. They are equivalent to NI-​CAN channels. Some signal properties are:

The Signals tab displays the most recent signal data as scaled physical data, depending on the configuration in the assigned database file. The following information is displayed:

The Statistics tab displays current bus operation information. For CAN hardware, the following statistics are displayed:

Use the Bus Monitor Transmit tab to send CAN frames using the selected interface and Baud Rate. Before initiating a transmission, configure the following frame properties:

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