CAN Monitor App for OS X

Download: MacCAN Monitor App

Description

The MacCAN Monitor App is a little demo program to show the functionally of the PCBUSB library – OS X Library for PCAN-USB Interfaces.

The program displays received CAN messages in a table view; its size is limited to 1024 rows. Furthermore it is possible to send single standard CAN messages with 0 to 8 data bytes. Only PCAN-USB devices from PEAK-System Technik GmbH are supported; and only the first channel of a device. The PCAN-USB interface number is taken from the IO registry. USB interface and CAN baud rate must be chosen once the program is started; they cannot be changed afterwards.

CAN Monitor App for OS X

Please note: Do not connect your PCAN USB device to a real CAN network when using this program. This can damage your application.

Summary

Program MacCAN Monitor App
Current Version Version 0.2 SR4 of September 21, 2017
Documentation Readme file and a screen video
License UVS Freeware License (without warranty or support)
Standard CAN Specification 2.0
Driver OS X Library for PCAN-USB Interfaces
Category Industrial Communication, CAN, MacCAN
Operating System macOS Sierra (10.12, x86_64)
Older Versions http://www.uv-software.com/files/downloads/MacCAN/PCANUSB/Applications/MacCAN_Monitor_App/

CAN Monitor goes Mac OS X

Download: CAN Monitor for macOS

Description

This is a port of the CAN Monitor program can_moni from Linux to Mac. It is running with a PCAN-USB device on OS X Mountain Lion and hopefully on later versions of the world´s mostest advanced OS.

Syntax

Usage: can_moni <interface> [<options>]
Options:
  -m, --mode=(2.0 | FDF[+BSR])  CAN operation mode: CAN 2.0 or CAN FD format
  -b, --baudrate=<baudrate>     CAN 2.0 bit timing in kbps (default=250)
      --bitrate=<bitrate>       CAN FD bit rate (as a string)
  -t, --time=(abs|rel|zero)     absolute or relative time
  -i  --id=(hex|dec|oct)        display mode of CAN-IDs
  -d, --data=(hex|dec|oct)      display mode of data bytes
  -a, --ascii=(on|off)          display data bytes in ASCII
  -x, --exclude=[~]<id-list>    exclude CAN-IDs: <id>[<id>-<id>]{,[<id>-<id>]}
  -v, --verbose                 show detailed bit rate settings
  -h, --help                    display this help and exit
      --version                 show version information and exit
Interfaces:
  PCAN-USB1
  PCAN-USB2
  PCAN-USB3
  PCAN-USB4
  PCAN-USB5
  PCAN-USB6
  PCAN-USB7
  PCAN-USB8
CAN 2.0 baud rate index (default=3):
  0 = 1000 kBit/s
  1 = 800 kBit/s
  2 = 500 kBit/s
  3 = 250 kBit/s
  4 = 125 kBit/s
  5 = 100 kBit/s
  6 = 50 kBit/s
  7 = 20 kBit/s
  8 = 10 kBit/s
CAN FD bit rate as comma-separated list:
  f_clock=<value>      frequency in Hz or
  f_clock_mhz=<value>  frequency in MHz
  nom_brp=<value>      bit-rate prescaler (nominal)
  nom_tseg1=<value>    time segment 1 (nominal)
  nom_tseg2=<value>    time segment 2 (nominal)
  nom_sjw=<value>      sync. jump width (nominal)
  nom_sam=<value>      sampling (only SJA1000)
  data_brp=<value>     bit-rate prescaler (FD data)
  data_tseg1=<value>   time segment 1 (FD data)
  data_tseg2=<value>   time segment 2 (FD data)
  data_sjw=<value>     sync. jump width (FD data).
Examples:
  125kbps:1000kbps     f_clock_mhz=80,nom_brp=2,nom_tseg1=255,nom_tseg2=64,nom_sjw=64,data_brp=2,data_tseg1=31,data_tseg2=8,data_sjw=8
  250kbps:2000kbps     f_clock_mhz=80,nom_brp=2,nom_tseg1=127,nom_tseg2=32,nom_sjw=32,data_brp=2,data_tseg1=15,data_tseg2=4,data_sjw=4
  500kbps:4000kbps     f_clock_mhz=80,nom_brp=2,nom_tseg1=63,nom_tseg2=16,nom_sjw=16,data_brp=2,data_tseg1=7,data_tseg2=2,data_sjw=2
  1000kbps:8000kbps    f_clock_mhz=80,nom_brp=2,nom_tseg1=31,nom_tseg2=8,nom_sjw=8,data_brp=2,data_tseg1=3,data_tseg2=1,data_sjw=1
  2000kbps:10000kbps   f_clock_mhz=80,nom_brp=1,nom_tseg1=31,nom_tseg2=8,nom_sjw=1,data_brp=2,data_tseg1=2,data_tseg2=1,data_sjw=1

Summary

Program can_moni (CAN Monitor for macOS)
Current Version Version 0.4.698 of September 22, 2017
Documentation README and program option --help
License UVS Freeware License (without warranty or support)
Standards CAN Specification 2.0 and CAN FD Specification
Driver OS X Library for PCAN-USB Interfaces
Category Industrial Communication, CAN, CAN FD, MacCAN
Operating System macOS Sierra (10.12, x86_64)
Older Versions http://www.uv-software.com/files/downloads/MacCAN/PCANUSB/Utilities/can_moni/

CANopen Object Browser for Linux

Download: CANopen Object Browser for Linux

Description

The CANopen Object Browser is a tool to display and browse through a CANopen Object Dictionary based on EDS-files. The program allows an online access to any connected CANopen device. This means to read and to write individual parameter values of a connected device.

The CANopen Object Browser for Linux is a Qt3 GUI application running on Linux systems (Kernel 2.6.x) and uses BerliOS SocketCAN to access the CAN-Bus. Furthermore the program offers a gateway function for interfacing CANopen with TCP/IP.

CANopen Object Browser using SocketCAN on Linux

Please note: Do not connect the program to a real application with a running CANopen network. This can damage your application.

Summary

Program CANopen Object Browser (Linux)
Current Version Version 0.2 Build 61 (testing) of November 09, 2009
Documentation Getting started and Online-help (context-sensitive)
License UVS Freeware License (without warranty or support)
Standards CANopen Specifications: CiA DS-301, CiA DS-306, CiA DS-309
Drivers BerliOS SocketCAN, CANopen-over-TCP/IP
Category Industrial Communication, CANopen, CAN, TCP/IP
Operating System Linux 2.6.x
Older Versions http://www.uv-software.com/files/downloads/COPbrowser/

CANopen Commandline Tool for Linux

Download: CANopen Commanline Tool for Linux

Description

The CANopen Commanline Tool is a text-based program to request CANopen services from CANopen devices on the command line by entering commands at the program´s prompt or processing them from a batch file.

The syntax for these commands is taken from the CANopen specification CiA DS-309/3 (Interfacing CANopen with TCP/IP – ASCII Mapping). The program is build on the UVS CANopen Master library, which exists for several microcontrollers and even for some CAN interface boards from different vendors and for different operating systems. Here the CANopen Commandline Tool uses the BerliOS SocketCAN on Linux operating systems. It runs well with a PEAK PCAN-USB-Dongle on Debian Etch and on a MPC5200B evaluation board with an Embedded Linux. Furthermore the program offers a gateway function for interfacing CANopen with TCP/IP.

The program allows reading and writing of individual parameter values of any connected CANopen device. Due to the fact, that the UVS CANopen Master library is not a complete CANopen stack, some limitations must be taken into account. But the missing CANopen services can be build up manually from the CAN layer 2 commands of the program.

Syntax

Usage: can_open <interface> [<option>...]
Options:
 -g, --gateway=<port>  operate in gateway mode on <port>
 -i, --id=<node-id>    node-id of CANopen Master (default=-1)
     --net=<network>   set default network number (default=1)
     --node=<node-id>  set default node-id (default=1)
     --echo            echo input stream to output stream
     --prompt          prefix input stream with a prompt
     --syntax          show input syntax and exit
 -h, --help            display this help and exit
     --version         show version information and exit
Examples:
 1. Local mode:     can_open <socket-can> --prompt
 2.1 Gateway mode:  can_open <socket-can> --gateway <port> --echo
 2.2 Remote mode:   can_open <ip-addr>:<port> --prompt
In local mode and in remote mode press ^D to leave the interactive input.
In gateway mode press ^C to close the port and exiting the program.

Summary

Program CANopen Commanline Tool (Linux)
Current Version Version 0.2.34 of February 25, 2009
Documentation README, Syntaxbeschreibung and program options --help and --syntax
License UVS Freeware License (without warranty or support)
Standards CANopen Specifications: CiA DS-301, CiA DS-309. IEEE 802.3, RFC 2045
Drivers BerliOS SocketCAN, PEAK Linux driver
Category Industrial Communication, CANopen, SocketCAN, TCP/IP
Operating System Linux (2.6.x)
Older Versions http://www.uv-software.com/files/downloads/socketCAN/can_open/

CANopen-over-TCP/IP Client

Download: CANopen-over-TCP/IP Client for Windows

Description

This little program is for accessing a CANopen-over-TCP/IP gateway (e.g. the UVS CANopen Commandline Tool in gateway mode) from a Windows console.

With this text-based program you can access any CANopen device connected to a CANopen-over-TCP/IP gateway over ethernet by entering commands for CANopen services at the program´s prompt or processing them from a batch file. The syntax is taken from the CANopen specification CiA DS-309/3 (Interfacing CANopen with TCP/IP – ASCII Mapping) and is described here.

Syntax

copnet <address>:<port> [/PROMPT | /P] [/ECHO | /E]
copnet (/HELP  | /?)
copnet (/ABOUT | /µ)
Options:
 /P, /PROMPT  prefix input stream with a prompt
 /E, /ECHO    echo input stream to output stream
 /?, /HELP    display this help and exit
 /µ, /ABOUT   show version information and exit

Summary

Program CANopen-over-TCP/IP Client (Windows)
Current Version Version 0.1.1 of January 26, 2009
Documentation README, Syntaxbeschreibung and program option /HELP
License UVS Freeware License (without warranty or support)
Standards IEEE 802.3, RFC 2045
Driver Winsock
Category Industrial Communication, CANopen, TCP/IP
Operating System Windows 2K/XP

CAN Monitor using SocketCAN

Download: CAN Monitor for Linux

Description

Yes, this is another CAN monitor program using SocketCAN on Linux OS. The BerliOS CAN utilities already offer the great candump program, but I hate this messing around with binary masks for identifier filtering. So I wrote this little program to have an exclude list for single identifiers or identifier ranges (see program option --exclude or just -x). Precede the list with a ~ and you get an include list.

Syntax

Usage: can_moni <interface> [<options>]
Options:
 -t, --time=(abs|rel|zero)   absolute or relative time
 -i, --id=(hex|dec|oct)      display mode of CAN-IDs
 -d, --data=(hex|dec|oct)    display mode of data bytes
 -a, --ascii=(on|off)        display data bytes as ascii
 -x, --exclude=[~]<id-list>  exclude CAN-IDs: <id>[-<id>]{,<id>[-<id>]}
 -h, --help                  display this help and exit
     --version               output version information and exit

Summary

Program can_moni (CAN Monitor for Linux)
Current Version Version 0.1.17 of August 20, 2007
Documentation README and program option --help
License GNU General Public License (GPL V2)
Standard CAN Spezifikation 2.0
Driver BerliOS SocketCAN
Category Industrial Communication, CAN, SocketCAN
Operating System Linux (2.6.x)
Older Versions http://www.uv-software.com/files/downloads/socketCAN/can_moni/

CANopen Object Browser for Windows

Download: CANopen Object Browser for generic CAN Interfaces

Description

The CANopen Object Browser is a tool to display and browse through a CANopen Object Dictionary based on EDS-Files. The program allows an online access to any connected CANopen device. This means to read and to write individual parameter values of a connected device.

The Object Dictionary window displays the CANopen object dictionary of a CANopen device taken either from an EDS-File or from a XML-File. On the left side of the window all objects are listed in a tree view order by categories. To navigate through the object tree use either the cursor-up/-down keys or click with the mouse on an item. On the right side all attributes and attribute values of the highlighted object are shown.

Parameter values can be entered in hexadecimal, decimal or octal form according to ANSI-C syntax. The value range of the data type will be checked by the program. But the value range of the parameter will be check by the device. Data access is only possible if a device is connected to the CAN-Interface board.

CANopen Object Browser for generic CAN Interfaces

Please note: Do not connect the program to a real application with a running CANopen network. This can damage your application.

Supported Interface

Currently the following CAN devices are supported (COPbrowser v0.5):

  • IXXAT Automation: all CAN devices with VCI driver (VCI V2; tested with iPC-I320/PCI and USB-to-CAN compact)
  • PEAK-System Technik: all CAN devices with PCAN driver (PCAN-Basic V1.0 + PCAN-Light V1.55; tested with PCAN-USB)
  • Vector Informatik: all CAN devices with VXL driver (VXL library V3.0; tested with CANcaseXL, USB)
  • M+K GmbH: RS-CAN-Wandler with ASPopen Interface (SW.M16C.MEW.C1R1.CANopen.ASP.2005.06)
  • UV Software: CANopen-over-TCP/IP (CANopen Gateway using BerliOS SocketCAN)

Summary

Program CANopen Object Browser for generic CAN Interfaces
Current Version Version 0.5.100.243 of November 11, 2010
Documentation Getting started and Online-help (context-sensitive)
License UVS Freeware License (without warranty or support)
Standards CANopen Specifications: CiA DS-301, CiA DS-305, CiA DS-306, CiA DS-309
Drivers IXXAT VCI V2, PEAK PCAN-Basic + PCAN-Light, Vector XL Driver, ASPopen (RS-232/CAN-Wandler), Winsock (CANopen-over-TCP/IP)
Category Industrial Communication, CANopen, CAN, TCP/IP, RS-232
Operating System Windows 2K/XP, but it is also running on Windows 10
Older Versions http://www.uv-software.com/files/downloads/COPbrowser/