Tiny, configurable and easy-to-use stand-alone CAN-bus data logger and playback device with micro SD-cardDesigned by Alex Borisevich, Ships from United States of America
Please check supplementary listing if this is out of stock The device can be used to log data from any CAN-bus based application: vehicle, automation, robotics, etc. The log is stored in comma sepa...Read More…
The device can be used to log data from any CAN-bus based application: vehicle, automation, robotics, etc. The log is stored in comma separated text file (CSV) and each log entry (CAN-message) has a time stamp. It also has playback function, i.e. can play recorded file back onto a CAN bus, turning the device into a CAN bus simulator. The logger is an ideal solution for applications where small, cheap and simple device is needed to record CAN-bus activity without any additional hardware.
New useful functions implemented in firmware: - configurable option to start logging on power on, - option to deleting oldest file if there is less than 10% of free space on SD card, - file names are now represented by numbers from 0.csv to 99999999.csv and firmware will increment file name number every time you start logging, - configurable start logging by CAN message, - configurable stop logging by CAN message. See pull request here: https://github.com/akpc806a/CAN_Logger/pull/3
This card as example is tested with highest CAN throughput.
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