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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 ...

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, and duration. Click the Start Logging and Stop Logging buttons at the top of any of the documents to ...

Ensure you are using supported hardware with your project. Refer to the following topics to connect or simulate devices. Discovering your CompactDAQ Device Discovering Your CAN Device Troubleshoot any ...

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: Project ...

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

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. ...

You must set up the necessary sensors in your measurement system to log data. Configure the logging specification for your log files. Enable and configure triggers for your acquisition. View data from ...

You must have devices added and configured for your FlexLogger project in order to visualize data from your sensor signals. Refer to the Configuring Your Hardware topic for more information. On the screen, ...

Configure your hardware for use in the project by adding signals to the Channel specification. For information on how to configure signals, refer to the Configuring Your Hardware topic. Set up the logging ...

Complete the following steps to apply scaling to your configured sensor. Click the configure button on the channel of the device you wish to scale. The channel configuration dialog opens. In the Scaling ...

Navigate to the Charts palette on your Screen.flxscr document. Click the graph you want to use and drag it onto the Screen. Add the channels you want to visualize to the graph as shown in the Mapping an ...

On the Data tab, double-click the data log file to launch the DIAdem-based FlexLogger TDMS Viewer. If you have a separately licensed version of DIAdem installed, you can configure FlexLogger to launch ...

You must have devices added and configured for your FlexLogger project in order to visualize data from your sensor signals. Refer to the Configuring Your Hardware topic for more information. Map your signals ...

If you are having trouble finding your hardware in the FlexLogger Channel Specification, try the following tips. Refer to the list of supported hardware to confirm that your devices are supported in FlexLogger. ...

On the Data tab, right-click any log file and select Locate in Windows Explorer. Right-click the TDMS log file you want to open and select Open with»Excel Importer.

Visualize Live Data Use the Screens document to create a custom dashboard to visualize live data. Map your signals to the indicators Use a graph to visualize live data View Your Logged Data Use any of ...

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 ...

Before adding CAN signals to your Channel Specification, you may need to create or manage the databases that provide the signal definitions and scaling information for your application. Refer to the CAN ...

Complete the following steps to adjust the baud rates using the Interface Settings dialog. Enable Termination, if necessary. Improperly configured Termination might result in bus error frames or missed ...

You use CAN interfaces to communicate between your hardware and a CAN database. Term Definition port Physical connector on an NI hardware device interface Software object representing a single CAN connector ...

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 ...

Use CAN databases—Manage and configure CAN databases to determine which signals to use in your Channel Specification. Add signals to the Channel Specification.

Configure signals in your Channel specification—Add and configure the associated sensors to use in your Channel specification. Configure data rate values—Adjust the frequency or interval at which your ...

Complete the following steps to configure the available data rates for your CompactDAQ device: Select the Configure Data Rates from the toolbar, or click configure from the Sample Rate Level dialog. Specify ...

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. Select the Physical Measurement you wish to acquire for ...

Refer to the following information to configure your device and the signals it receives. Configure a CompactDAQ Device Configure a CAN Module Configure a Calculated Channel After you configure your hardware, ...

FlexLogger automatically discovers any installed hardware and displays it in the Channel Specification. CAN devices will display all available ports as CAN , where n is the number (starting from 1) ...

FlexLogger automatically discovers any installed hardware and displays it in the Channel Specification. Available device channels will be listed beneath the module information. CompactDAQ modules will ...

Go to FileManage CAN databases. Use the dialog that appears to add, remove, or rename your available databases. Double-click any database to launch the NI-XNET Database Editor. The NI-XNET Database Editor ...

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