The CAN Settings cover the necessary data to provide functionality to the CAN Nodes.

Name is an identifying name chosen at the user's discretion. This will show up in the Nodes as a choice for the Configuration Attribute.

Baud Rate (Windows - PCAN) is the speed of the communication for the channel. More information about this metric can be found in the External Links section.

Channel (Windows - PCAN) is the USB port that CAN is connected to on Windows.

Furthermore, the Channel and Interface can both be specified, in the case that the user's platform is different than the target platform. If there is no difference in platforms, only one needs to be filled in.

Interface (Linux - SocketCAN) is the identifying name of the CAN Bus. Virtual CAN is also possible within Incari. This is only used for Linux.

A DBC File needs to be uploaded and selected. This DBC File is a vital part of the CAN protocol, as it stores all data regarding the connections between devices.

Is Autostart can be enabled or disabled and dictates when the channel is run (from the beginning of an application's life cycle or when the appropriate Nodes are used).

It is worth noting that Incari supports both the base (or standard) frame format and the extended frame format.

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