The objects of the devices are presented in an object browser. Access to each object – according to the access rights – is possible for reading and writing. The CANopen DeviceExplorer supports all SDO services and the values of the objects can be displayed in hexadecimal, decimal or in ASCII format, depending on the data type. Large data can also directly be read from files or written to files.
The PDOs of all devices can be configured by drag & drop. PDOs can be sent and received in visualized form with a few clicks. It is also possible to send SYNC messages cyclically or only once for testing purposes.
Additionally the CANopen DeviceExplorer is able to interpret CAN messages according to the CANopen specification. Raw CAN data like 610 0 43 10 17 00 00 00 00 will be shown as SDO read access to node 16 to the object 0x1017.
Several optional plugins are available to extend the functionality of the tool.
A Free Evaluation Version is available.
Supported CAN Interfaces
With Linux, all CAN interfaces with SocketCAN-API or can4linux-API are supported.
Manufacturer Part #
|GC-CAN-CODE||Windows OS||Basic License||5007-10|
|GC-CAN-CODE-L||Linux OS||Basic License||5007-11|
|GC-CAN-CODE-FW||Windows OS||Floating Dongle License||5007-50|
|GC-CAN-CODE-FL||Linux OS||Floating Dongle License||5007-51|
Features Delivered with the CANopen DeviceExplorer
|Mpn||1007-10, 5007-11, 5007-50, 5007-51|
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