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Extend the functionality of FlexLogger by adding a custom plugin to your project. What to UseThe FlexLogger Plugin Development Kit guides you through planning, creating, and testing your custom plugins ...

Select one or more channels you wish to add an alarm to. Hover over a channel row to see the Configure gear . Click the gear for the channel you wish to add an alarm to. Select the Alarms tab in the Channel ...

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

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 ...

You can view your hardware in the Channel Specification to begin configuring and managing the signals in your system, such as in the following example system: Available device channels are beneath the ...

In your Logging specification document, select a Start condition for your trigger. Selecting any Triggering conditions will enable the trigger. Select from the following trigger start conditions: Test ...

To begin interacting with your measurement system and creating logging and automated test configurations, create a new project in one of the following ways: Create a Data Logging Project from the launcher. ...

If there's a way we could shorten/condense this example, I can see a case for leaving it in this topic. But it's so much longer than the steps themselves the way it is now, which makes the topic less focused. ...

Each LED can display two colors (red or green), which display in the following four patterns: Pattern Meaning Off No LED illumination Solid LED fully illuminated Blink Blinks at a constant rate of several ...

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