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Class Description for Vector Sweden

Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland

Introduction to CANalyzer Workshop | 2 Days

Target Group
  • New CANalyzer users working with analysis of ECU networks
Goals
  • Understanding of the interpretation of data and of CANalyzer as a measurement tool
  • Using the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data (logging)
  • Use of the send options and the offline analysis of logged data
Facts
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Training Hours: 8:30 - 16:30
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 12 Persons

Content
This workshop provides you with a comprehensive knowledge about the tool CANalyzer. You will learn the functionality and practical use of CANalyzer as measurement and analysis tool. During the workshop you will also use the offline analysis for data that was previously logged.
Module 1: Introduction to CANalyzer: Measurement & Analysis
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
New CANalyzer users working with analysis of ECU networks
Prerequisites:
Basic understanding of the CAN Protocol
Goal:
Understanding of the interpretation of data and of CANalyzer as a measurement tool. Using the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data (logging). Use of the send options and the offline analysis of logged data
Agenda
  • CAN Data Traffic
  • Introduction
  • Measurement and Analysis
  • Data Logging
  • Offline Analysis
  • Stimulus Options
Module 2: Introduction to CANalyzer:
Stimulation and CAPL Programming
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CANalyzer users
Prerequisites:
CAN fundamentals and Introduction to CANalyzer: Measurement & Analysis.
Basic programming knowledge.
Goal:
Overview of the stimulus features in CANalyzer. Introduction to CAPL; using the CAPL browser and learning the CAPL syntax. Creating and using Control Panels and System Variables.
Agenda
  • Stimulus Features in CANalyzer
  • Introduction To CAPL Programming
  • Features and Functions
  • Program Development
  • Panels & System Variables

Class Description for Vector Sweden

Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland

Introduction to CANalyzer Workshop | 2 Days

Target Group
  • New CANalyzer users working with analysis of ECU networks
Goals
  • Understanding of the interpretation of data and of CANalyzer as a measurement tool
  • Using the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data (logging)
  • Use of the send options and the offline analysis of logged data
Facts
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Training Hours: 8:30 - 16:30
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 12 Persons

Content
This workshop provides you with a comprehensive knowledge about the tool CANalyzer. You will learn the functionality and practical use of CANalyzer as measurement and analysis tool. During the workshop you will also use the offline analysis for data that was previously logged.
Module 1: Introduction to CANalyzer: Measurement & Analysis
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
New CANalyzer users working with analysis of ECU networks
Prerequisites:
Basic understanding of the CAN Protocol
Goal:
Understanding of the interpretation of data and of CANalyzer as a measurement tool. Using the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data (logging). Use of the send options and the offline analysis of logged data
Agenda
  • CAN Data Traffic
  • Introduction
  • Measurement and Analysis
  • Data Logging
  • Offline Analysis
  • Stimulus Options
Module 2: Introduction to CANalyzer:
Stimulation and CAPL Programming
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CANalyzer users
Prerequisites:
CAN fundamentals and Introduction to CANalyzer: Measurement & Analysis.
Basic programming knowledge.
Goal:
Overview of the stimulus features in CANalyzer. Introduction to CAPL; using the CAPL browser and learning the CAPL syntax. Creating and using Control Panels and System Variables.
Agenda
  • Stimulus Features in CANalyzer
  • Introduction To CAPL Programming
  • Features and Functions
  • Program Development
  • Panels & System Variables
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