A CAN output test function built-in MaxxECU to send static CAN data.
Note: This system is only for static data, mostly intended for testing purposes. Use the CAN Outputs system to send messages containing real data. CAN messages on the bus can always be verified with our built-in CAN Analyzer.
CAN test output package
Specifies how to send the test CAN message.
•Manual - To send this message, you need to push the send button below.
Specifies which CAN bus to send the message on.
•CAN 1 - Available on all MaxxECUs.
•CAN 2 - Only available on MaxxECU PRO.
can message id type
Specifies the CAN ID type.
•Standard - Standard 11-bit identifier (ID), 2048 distinct ID values (most likely this is your option).
•extended - Extended 29-bit identifier (ID), 536870912 distinct ID values.
can message id
Specifies which CAN ID to transmit.
Note: Values can be entered either in decimal (just enter the value) or Hexadecimal (start with "0x"). Decimal values will be automatically converted to Hexadecimal.
Example usage: "123" will be converted to "0x7B".
Specifies the number of bytes (1-8) in the message, mostly refereed as DLC (Data Length Code).
Specifies the first data byte (D0), value between 0 and 255.
Specifies the second data byte (D1), value between 0 and 255.
Specifies the third data byte (D2), value between 0 and 255.
Specifies the fourth data byte (D3, value between 0 and 255.
Specifies the fifth data byte (D4), value between 0 and 255.
Specifies the sixth data byte (D5), value between 0 and 255.
Specifies the seventh data byte (D6), value between 0 and 255.
Specifies the eighth data byte (D7), value between 0 and 255.
When the Auto send setting is set to manual, this button is available. Press it whenever you want to send the message on the bus.
1. Example CAN Test Output 1 message, which will output the above data bytes to CAN ID 0x7B when you press the send package button.
2. By using the built-in CAN Analyzer, you can verify the message sent on the bus.