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Using I/O channels with VN1630 or VN1640

Last updated: 2019-09-09
  1. Start CANoe and open Hardware | Vector I/O
    (older versions: Confguration | I/O Hardware | Vector I/O ...)
  2. Enable the I/O channels of VN1630/VN1640
  3. Close this window and assign the DAIO channel under Control Panel | Vector Hardware, as in this graphic:
  4. Under Configuration | System variables ... the I/O channels are listed.
  5. The system variables can be set and read via CAPL.

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