CANopen DLL for Windows
Product Code: CANopen DLL
CANopen DLL for Windows enables easy and efficient implementation of CANopen connectivity into any Windows application
CANopen DLL for Windows provides fully CANopen compliant object dictionary with network variables for signal transfers. The API is compliant with CANopen PLCs, providing direct adoptation, practically without a learning curve.
Easy to use
Thanks to the fully standardized implementation, additional learning is not required. Instead, the DLL may be used for learning programming of CANopen services in PLCs and vice versa. The DLL is delivered with user manual, header files for C and Python and example codes. Also licensing is flexible. By default, license key can be given with an API call, but also HW license embedded into CAN interface HW may be used.
All interfaces are CANopen conformant. All signals are routed via network variables in to the object dictionary (OD). Also all communication parameters are configured in the OD, either from application software or via CANopen interface. API for accessing CANopen services, such as heartbeat consumer, SDO client and emergency messages, have been implemented according corresponding standard, CiA-314.
Imagination is the only limit
The DLL can be used for various purposes, where CANopen connectivity is required. It has already been used in device configurators, comissioning tools, customized diagnostics GUI applications, test benches and measurement systems.
Try a 20-days unlimited trial version!
Try a full, unrestricted version of CANopen DLL for up to 20 days and make sure it is exactly what you need.
Free email support with your 20 days evaluation and one year of free support and upgrades with purchase.
Get the trial license by sending your Kvaser CAN Interface name and serial number to: email@example.com
Use the trial license key via the API function: COWA_AddLicense() in API documentation.
Read the getting started guide and EULA before using the software.
Download CANopen DLL for Windows from download section.