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Serial Decoding using the Link function

Postby ISUperson » Mon Aug 12, 2013 4:10 pm

Hi,
I am using PICOscope 6 software to decode J1939 CAN messages and have two questions.
First, I have tired to use the link features to give names to certain messages, but I can't get it to work. Do I need to have the whole message defined or can I have just part of it in the Excel sheet?

Second, If I need to define the whole message, is there a wildcard option? So if I have a message that comes from multiple source address, the end of the ARBID will be different for that address. So for PGN 65110 the ARBID is 18FE5600 coming from source address 0 and 18FE56A3 coming from soucre address 163. So for ID if I put 18FE50%% for the ID it would assign both with the description I use. % is my generic wildcard for this example.

Thanks for any help on this.
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Re: Serial Decoding using the Link function

Postby Martyn » Mon Sep 02, 2013 1:13 pm

Define lines in the table for 18FE5600 and 18FE56A3 and give them the same name if you wish.

If you post a psdata file, File->SaveCurrentWaveformAs, and we can look at creating and example csv file for you
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