Vector (Germany) discontinues its CANopen source code business, but keeps the developed CANopen products.
CANopen plug-ins for the analyzing and configuration tools will be continued (Photo: Vector)
VECTOR HAS RESTRUCTED ITS CANOPEN BUSINESS. The company will stop selling CANopen protocol stacks at end of March. This includes master and slave stacks. Protocol source codes for J1939 and its Isobus derivate remain on the company’s portfolio.
The tool chain for CANopen tools will also be supported in the future. This includes the plug-ins for the CANalyzer, CANoe, and ProCANopen. The CANeds will be continued, too. The CANopen tool chain by Vector supports device and system configuration and simulation as well as trouble-shooting and maintenance.
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