Search tips

apple banana
Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.

+apple +juice
Find rows that contain both words.

+apple macintosh
Find rows that contain the word 'apple', but rank rows higher if they also contain 'macintosh'.

+apple -macintosh
Find rows that contain the word 'apple' but not 'macintosh'.

+apple ~macintosh
Find rows that contain the word 'apple', but if the row also contains the word 'macintosh', rate it lower than if row does not. This is "softer" than a search for '+apple -macintosh', for which the presence of 'macintosh' causes the row not to be returned at all.

+apple +(>turnover >strudel)
Find rows that contain the words 'apple' and 'turnover', or 'apple' and 'strudel' (in any order), but rank 'apple turnover' higher than 'apple strudel'.

Find rows that contain words such as 'apple', 'apples', 'applesauce', or 'applet'.

"some words"
Find rows that contain the exact phrase 'some words' (for example, rows that contain 'some words of wisdom' but not "some noise words").

By continuing to use this site you agree to the use of cookies. For more information and to find out how to change this click here. Accept Cookies
Please enable cookies in your browser for this website.
Advanced search

LINcab/LINpiggy with External Supply Voltage

Last updated: 2019-05-27
How to use LINcab/LINpiggy with external supply voltage?
Since the recessive level on the bus depends on the supply voltage of the master, it is advisable to operate the LINcab/LINpiggy with an external supply voltage that is also used by the other bus nodes. This prevents cross currents between the individual nodes on the LIN bus. 

The following picture shows the pin assignment. 

Pin 3: VB- (Electrically decoupled ground)
Pin 4: Pdis (Power disable)
Pin 7: LIN
Pin 9: VB+

Connecting Pdis (pin 4) with VB– (pin 3) of the D-SUB of the network interface disables the internal voltage supply of the LINcab/LINpiggy. This makes it possible to perform measurements on the LIN bus, even with an external supply below 12 V.

More information you find in the document Accessories for Network Interfaces.

Article Options
Views: 6859
Rate this article: