with expensive hardware from Vector for tens of thousands of euros, LIN components can be controlled and data read out.
I have already seen software that also reads LIN data.
To control a component via the LIN bus, you usually need an LDF file (LIN Description File). All commands that the component understands are stored there, such as " Actual Position".
If you send the command from the LDF file via the software, e.g.: " Actual Position 500", then the motor moves to position 500, if you know the corresponding address, e.g.: 0x26
Is there somewhere to find a project that can be used to control a LIN device if you have the address and this?
I think such a project would be a great success, but unfortunately I haven’t found anything comparable in the last years.
If someone can help me, I would be very grateful.
It would also be enough if the program would work with e.g. NI hardware or Vector hardware.
But with a USB_Dongle or MIcrocontroller it would be perfect of course.
Thanks in advance!