Use this Transform to transmit Signal information onto a LIN bus. The Transform uses the LDF to create and transmit the messages.

Note: If you use this Transform with a LIN bus, be sure that the same bus is not simulated in MxVDev.

Basic Configuration

1.Click the Transform to display its Property box.

2.Click 3dots_button in the LIN Database property to display the LIN Bus Configuration form.

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3.Use the Add or Browse button to select the LDF file.

4.Select one or more nodes to Simulate and Transmit for.

Note: The master node must be simulated unless it is a real node. If there is a real master node, set SendAllMasterRequests to False.

5.Select a Schedule Table. Schedule Tables are defined in the LDF. To change the Schedule Table during test execution, use the MxV LIN Switch Schedule Table System Signal.

6.If you are performing Diagnostic testing, select schedule tables for Diagnostic Request and Diagnostic Response.

7.Click OK. The signals used by the selected nodes become inports on the Transform.

8.Use the Transform's Property box to select the LIN Version.


9.Set the Name property to the exact name of the LIN bus. This changes the name of the port on the Transform. If you are using a LIN bus from MxVDev, then the name should match the name of the LIN bus used in Network Configuration there.

10.Export the ports to be used in MxVDev.

MxV Bus Enable Port

The MxV Bus Enable port accepts a Boolean input. A value of 1 enables the bus; 0 disables it. By default, the bus in enabled. To use this port with the MxV Bus Enable System Signal, which is a message, route it through the MxV Bus Enable Router Transform.


Related Topics:

LIN Receive Driver

Network Configuration

Bus Control System Signals

Automatic Message Transmission

LIN Transforms

Bus Overview