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Hello, I want to read and write commands to protocol Can J1939 and I would like if you can tell me what device I need to communicate with this protocol, or what you recommend to use because I want to send and read the commands from Labview and I want to controller 2 Linear actuators Thomsom so I don't Know what device used to communicate between LabVIEW and actuators Thomson with the protocol j1939.

 

Thank you.

 

Regards. 

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Hi Roger,

 


@Roger125 wrote:

I want to read and write commands to protocol Can J1939 and I would like if you can tell me what device I need to communicate with this protocol,


You need to use device providing a CAN port.

I often use simple NI9853 modules…

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2020 on Win8.1/10+cRIO
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Thanks for your answer GerdW I Read the Datasheet from NI9853 but we don't have the Compaq RO and want to ask you if I can use this Module USB-8551 PartNumb. 784662-01.

 

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There are no USB-8551 device from NI, but there is a USB-8501 and a USB-8502 CAN device. 

 

The 8501 is a Low speed CAN  device. To use this you need to make sure that your CAN bus is not running with a higher speed than 125k baud rate. 

 

I will suggest to use the USB-8502 CAN hardware for your J1939 communication. 

Are you planning to program your own J10939 implementation or are use using 3rd party toolkits ? 

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I would like to use the library from NI, which I found in the NI  example with Library from j1939. 

 

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Hi Roger,

 

why don't you call your local NI sales office to have give suggestions!?

 

I don't use that library (nor did you supply a link), but I guess somewhere in the description of that library there is information on the supported hardware…

Best regards,
GerdW


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Hello, I reviewed the blog from national, and yes the hardware that specific is to CompaqRIO.
thank you for clarified the questions.  

 

 

Regards. 

 

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