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How to Change the Default Event Channel of an XCP Device in CANape

Last updated: 2019-11-11

How can I define a default XCP event channel which is used for measuring signals of a XCP device?


Per default CANape auto detects the event channel which can be defined for each signal in the A2L file. If a fixed or variable DAQ event is defined for a signal, it can be found in the properties of an XCP signal:

For all signals wich have no DAQ events defined, a default event channel can be set in the device configuration for each XCP device:

Alternatively you can assign for each MEASUREMENT in the A2L a fixed or variable DAQ event channelfile. This should be considered during its creation but can also been adjusted afterwards. When you open the A2L file in the ASAP2 Studio, you can adjust the DAQ event in the Interface_XCP section:

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