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How to Access CAN Signals with a Script?

Last updated: 2019-01-21
How to access CAN signals with a script?
It is not possible to get the value of a CAN signal directly because unlike CCP/XCP the CAN protocol does not support this.

There are two options:

The first possibility: Using the keyword "mbuffer[x]" in the script.
"mbuffer[x]" returns the measurement value of the object from the location specified (index). The last measured value gets the index 0.

The second possibility: Using a global variable as a buffer and a function:

  • define a global variable
  • create a function that receives the value of the CAN signal and assign it to the global variable.
  • measure this variable and insert this function into the measurement list (under "function").
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Gernot wrote on 2014-12-10
It really works! :-)
Posted: 5 years 3 months ago   Permalink