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VISUALCONNX for Multi-CAN connections

Introducing the use of VISUALCONNX Developer for reading and simulating nodes on CAN networks.

Drag and Drop GUI

Drag and Drop GUI


VISUALCONNX is a powerful Windows-based real-time visualisation tool aimed at high productivity, high quality user interfaces.

Via the Multi-CAN connection, it is possible to create or import CAN databases and monitor and simulate nodes on a CAN network using one of a number of different vendors’ CAN physical interfaces, including our own COMMDongle USB range.

CAN networks may be simulated using visual dials and instruments or scripting functions to broadcast signals within CAN frames on regular or irregular time intervals.

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A different view

Rather than providing a low-level CAN view of the network, VISUALCONNX takes a CAN message point of view, allowing CAN signals to be generated and received directly from within the drag-and-drop GUI.

By using CAN messages within CAN databases to create a hierarchical view of the network, along with the ability to simulate one or more CAN nodes, it is straightforward to monitor or simulate entire networks.

CAN message packing and unpacking is handled ‘under the hood’ as defined by the database files used.

If you have existing files, such as CAN databases, compatible with the Vector CANdB file format, these may be imported or you can define you own network view using the open CDE file format used by VISUALCONNX.


CAN interface support

VISUALCONNX supports the COMMDongle Range (Lite and Pro), along with many of the Vector and Kvaser interfaces as well as Lawicel CAN USB interfaces.

Database import

CAN Databases may be imported directly into VISUALCONNX from third-party tools, such as those created using the Kvaser CAN Database editor…

Kvaser Database Editor View

CANdB Import Example

Data logging

Using VISUALCONNX’s built in data logging support, it is possible to log the signals being monitored on the CAN bus, saving to a database file that can be viewed offline or exported to CSV format.

Log Data Viewer

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