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XL Driver Library for Vector Network Interfaces for CAN FD LIN MOST FlexRay Ethernet ARINC
VX0312 – Network Interface for Ethernet/BroadR-Reach and CAN with USB Interface
The VX0312 is a Ethernet / BroadR-Reach USB adapter with integrated CAN-FD-connection developed to meet automotive requirements. XCP on Ethernet or XCP on BroadR-Reach devices can quickly and reliably be connected via the VX0312 to a computer having a measurement and calibration software installed.
CANdelaStudio - User-friendly and Efficient Tool for Specifying Diagnostic Data
The specification tool CANdelaStudio is a central component and supports users in creating and editing a formal vehicle ECU diagnostic specification. Import from and to ODX is supported.
VN8900 - Modular FlexRay/CAN FD/LIN/J1708/K-Line Network Interface
The VN8900 network interface is a modular designed interface hardware with various possible channel combinations for CAN FD, LIN, FlexRay, J1708 and K-Line.
Measurement Modules CSM – Flexible, Precise and Reliable Measurement Technology
The measurement modules of our partner CSM are extremely rugged, compact, efficient and highly precise over the entire operating temperature range.
Since 1992, Vector has been offering CANbedded software components, which are now used globally by nearly all OEMs.
The RP1210 API is an open interface between windowsbased applications and in-vehicle communication networks. This interface offers functionality for bus systems as well as for higher layer protocols.
Controller Area Network, CANextender, Input, Output, digital, analog
The CANbedded J1939 package contains software components for SAE J1939-based applications.
FRstress - Disturbing FlexRay Systems
Vector´s hardware FRstress is a high-performance stress module for reproducible disturbances on the FlexRay bus. Generated protocol errors as well as manipulations in bus physics are easily done.