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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

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 ...

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. ...

LIN databases allow you to store frames and signals running on the network in a database, as well as information about which ECU is transmitting or receiving which data. This information also is needed ...

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. Adding Metadata ...

Hover over the 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 Configuration dialog. Specify one of the following ...

On the Data tab, right-click the log file and select Export. In the Export to CSV file format dialog, specify the desired File location to save your file, if necessary. The default is the same location ...

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 ...

CAN 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 ...

FlexLogger supports both hardware and software filters for use in your project. Hardware filters offer a variety of filter type options to provide anti-aliasing and noise reduction with no CPU usage or ...

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 ...

Use these methods to set the history length for graphs that support hold and pan viewing control. Set the Default History Length Go to File Preferences and specify the history length for your graph type ...

You can set output channels to their Reset Value by creating an event and using the Reset output channels action. Hover over the channel row to see the Configure gear . Click the gear for the channel you ...

Hardware Does Not Appear in the Channel Specification If you are having trouble finding your hardware in the FlexLogger Channel Specification, try the following options. Refer to the list of supported ...

Navigate to the Graphs 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 ...

Synchronization-enabled devices use the IEEE 802.1AS protocol over the network and cannot synchronize with devices that use other protocols or IEEE 1588 profiles or vice versa. Ensure that your system ...

What to UseThe following FlexLogger and LabVIEW software versions are required to support the SystemLink tag feature: LabVIEW 2017 or later FlexLogger 2018 R4 or later What to Do Install LabVIEW. Install ...

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.

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 ...

FlexLogger includes the following graph types: Graph Type Description High-Speed Graph Visualize larger amounts of data over short time periods. Long History Graph Visualize data over extended time periods. ...

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 ...

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

Add a calculated Boolean channel to produce a high or low Boolean digital signal based on an analog or digital channel. On the Channel Specification toolbar, select Add channel Calculation Boolean Formula ...

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. ...

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 start ...

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. On the Channel ...

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 ...

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