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Access to Standard PC I/Os via CAPL

Last updated: 2018-09-24

CANoe does not support LPT ports anymore due to most PCs do not have them anymore.
Hint: If you want to have easy I/O access you can use the I/O options of the Vector network interfaces or common USB-I/O devices, e.g. those RedLab series (Meilhaus company).

Also, RS232 port can be accessed, see examples in CANoe/CANalyzer online help:
CANoe | RS232 or
CANalyzer | RS232
Hint: The location of the demo folder in CANoe/CANalyzer can be defined under File | Options | General | File Locations | Location of user data

USB Windows 7:
USB is only supported with a USB to RS232 adapter (with Prolific or FTDI chip).

USB Windows 10:
USB is only supported with a USB to RS232 adapter (with CH340 or CDM20801 chip).

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