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06 - VB3iS VBOX Setup CAN

The CAN menu provides the ability to configure the CAN input and output settings, as well as set the transmitted identifiers.

Settings

Configure the CAN input/output baud rates, termination and export the channel information as a .dbc file.
 

VB3iS VBOX Setup CAN Settings.png
 

  1. Input - The software has four baud rate input values: 1000 kbit/s, 500 kbit/s, 250 kbit/s or 125 kbit/s.
  2. Input termination - Select to Enable/ Disable CAN input termination.
  3. Output - The software has four baud rate output values: 1000 kbit/s, 500 kbit/s, 250 kbit/s or 125 kbit/s.
  4. Output termination - Select to Enable/ Disable CAN output termination.
  5. Output rate - Select to choose the CAN output rate, available 1 – 100 Hz.
  6. Export to DBC - Create a .dbc file of the current VB3iS channels.

Transmitted identifiers

Select which CAN output identifiers you would like transmitted.
 

VB3iS VBOX Setup CAN Transmitted Identifiers.png
 

  1. Send - To switch a CAN message on/off, tick or un-tick the box for the corresponding message.
  2. Default / Actual ID - This allows the modification of the CAN IDs transmitted by VB3iS. Default values are the Racelogic standard ID’s of 0x301, 0x302 …. 0x307.
  3. Xtd - To change the identifier format from standard 11 bit to extended 29 bit, tick the 'Xtd' box in the corresponding column.
  4. Data bytes - Shows which channels will be sent out in each message.

Transmitted ADAS identifiers

Select which ADAS CAN output identifiers you would like transmitted.

Note: This tab is only presented when an ADAS Mode is selected.
 

VB3iS VBOX Setup CAN Transmitted ADAS.png

 

  1. Send To switch a CAN message on/off, tick or un-tick the box for the corresponding message.
  2. Default / Actual ID - This allows the modification of the CAN IDs transmitted by VB3iS. Default values are the Racelogic standard ID’s of 0x30A, 0x30B …. 0x30F.
  3. Xtd - To change the identifier format from standard 11 bit to extended 29 bit, tick the 'Xtd' box in the corresponding column.
  4. Data bytes - Shows which channels will be sent out in each message.
 

Transmitted IMU identifiers

Note: This tab is only presented when the IMU Integration is 'Enabled'.

Select which IMU CAN output identifiers you would like transmitted.
 

 VB3iS VBOX Setup CAN Transmitted IMU Identifiers.png
 

  1. Send - To switch a CAN message on/off, tick or un-tick the box for the corresponding message.
  2. Default / Actual ID - This allows the modification of the CAN IDs transmitted by the Speed Sensor. Default values are the Racelogic standard ID’s of 0x30A, 0x30B …. 0x30F.
  3. Xtd - To change the identifier format from standard 11 bit to extended 29 bit, tick the 'Xtd' box in the corresponding column.
  4. Data bytes - Shows which channels will be sent out in each message.
     

Transmitted wheel speed identifiers

Note: This tab is only presented when the Wheel Speed Input is 'Enabled'.
 

VB3iS VBOX Setup CAN Transmitted Wheel Identifiers.png
 

  1. Send - To switch a CAN message on/off, tick or un-tick the box for the corresponding message.
  2. Default / Actual ID - This allows the modification of the CAN ID transmitted by the Speed Sensor.
  3. Xtd - To change the identifier format from standard 11 bit to extended 29 bit, tick the 'Xtd' box in the corresponding column.
  4. Data bytes - Shows which channels will be sent out in each message.
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