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Because communication flows both ways on the CAN bus, CAN requires that both ends of the cable be terminated. However, this requirement does not mean that every device should have a termination resistor. ...

LIN cables require no termination, as nodes are terminated at the transceiver, which utilizes slave nodes that are typically pulled up from the LIN bus to VBat with a 30 kΩ resistance and a serial diode. ...

Every device on the Low-Speed CAN network requires a termination resistor for each CAN data line: RRTH for CAN_H and RRTL for CAN_L. The following figure shows termination resistor placement in a Low-Speed ...

The physical measurement types available in your system depend on your specific hardware configuration. Physical Measurement Type Compatible Sensors Description Voltage Voltage Find the difference of electric ...

FlexLogger supports the following sensors. The sensor classes available in your system depend on your specific hardware configuration and the type of physical measurement you are acquiring. For descriptions ...

You can use supported hardware in FlexLogger without a network connection. NI Product Model Name Notes CompactDAQ Chassis cDAQ-9171 — cDAQ-9174 — cDAQ-9178 — cDAQ-9179 — cDAQ-9181 — cDAQ-9184 — cDAQ-9185 ...

FlexLogger supports the following sensors. The sensor classes available in your system depend on your specific hardware configuration and the type of physical measurement you are acquiring. For more detailed ...

FlexLogger supports network synchronization for supported devices. For information on TSN requirements and enabling network synchronization in your system, refer to the Using TSN to Synchronize Acquisitions ...

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