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Reads and writes properties for an XNET Session I/O name. Use the XNET Session property node to change the session configuration.

Reads and writes properties for an XNET ECU I/O name. Use the XNET ECU property node to change the configuration of an electronic control unit (ECU).

Reads the state of FlexRay communication using an XNET session. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description You can use XNET Read (State FlexRay Comm) with any XNET session ...

Reads the time when the session interface started its integration. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description You can use XNET Read (State Time Start) with any XNET session ...

Indicates the hardware connectivity for the port. This property is configured using NI MAX or the System Configuration property PHY State Configured. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web ...

Provides a list of frames for use with the replay feature (Interface:Output Stream Timing property set to Replay Exclusive or Replay Inclusive). Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application ...

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 ...

Assigns a database ECU to this session. Setting this property changes the node address and J1939 64-bit ECU name of the session to the values stored in the database ECU object. Changing the node address ...

Returns True if the neighboring port is running the protocol according to the requirements in the standard; it returns False otherwise. This property is specific to the IEEE Std 802.1AS Protocol and corresponds ...

Provides the current state of the port. This property uses a ring (enumerated list) with the following values: Enumeration Value Description Disabled 3 The protocol is disabled on the port. No protocol ...

Reads and writes properties for an XNET Signal I/O name. Use the XNET Signal property node to configure properties for an XNET Signal I/O name.

Specifies the FlexRay slot number from which the NI-XNET FlexRay interface transmits a startup frame, during the process of integration with other cluster nodes. The default value of this property is 0 ...

Closes a cluster from a database, or all database objects. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node closes a cluster object from a database (or all database objects). ...

Waits for the CAN interface to wake up due to activity by a remote ECU on the network. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This wait is used when you set the XNET Session ...

Closes an ECU from a database, or all database objects. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node closes an ECU object from a database (or all database objects). ...

Closes a frame from a database, or all database objects. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node closes a frame object from a database (or all database objects). ...

Waits for the LIN interface to wake up due to activity by a remote ECU on the network. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This wait is used when you set the XNET Session ...

Closes a LIN schedule object from a database, or all database objects. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node closes a LIN schedule object from a database (or ...

Writes data to a session as an array of CAN frames. The session must use a CAN interface and a mode of Frame Output Stream, Frame Output Queued, or Frame Output Single-Point. Supported Not supported in ...

Creates a new XNET dynamic signal. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node creates an XNET dynamic signal object. It is an instance of XNET Database Create Object. ...

Creates a new XNET ECU. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node creates an XNET ECU object. It is an instance of XNET Database Create Object. The ECU name input ...

Writes data to a session as an array of raw bytes. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description The raw bytes encode one or more frames using the Raw Frame Format. The session ...

Creates a new XNET LIN schedule entry object. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node creates an XNET schedule entry object. It is an instance of XNET Database ...

Writes data to a session of Signal Output Waveform mode. The data represents a waveform of resampled values for each signal in the session. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application ...

Create a new dynamic signal (signal within a multiplexed PDU). This node selection is the same as XNET Database Create (Dynamic Signal), except that it uses a PDU as the signal's parent, not a frame. Supported ...

Writes a request for the FlexRay interface to transmit a symbol on the FlexRay bus. You can use this XNET Write node with any input or output session for FlexRay. Supported Not supported in VIs that run ...

Creates a new XNET PDU. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Description This node creates an XNET PDU object. It is an instance of XNET Database Create Object. The PDU name input ...

Writes a request for the LIN interface to change the running schedule. You can use this XNET Write node with any input or output session for LIN. Supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application ...

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