As of 2008, every car sold in America will be required to have a low cost controller area network (CAN) to link all the components of an automobile. Reading the data off the vehicle for diagnostic or test purposes will require a CAN device that interfaces the car with the computer.
Anonymous commented on December 07, 2007
Great job. Would like to see more and please provide sources, protocols, etc. so others can try testing also. Thanks.
Anonymous commented on October 17, 2007
Don, you can get the USB CAN interface and the automotive diagnostic command set from http://ni.com/can. The interface we're using in this video is the USB-8473. The demo code is located here: http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/epd/p/id/5411 --Paul
Anonymous commented on October 03, 2007
I want to buy the CAN to USB converter and the labview program that displays the parmeters. Don Lepsch
Anonymous commented on October 02, 2007
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