This page documents the output configuration. The device supports the following outputs:


The decoding rules are defined by the provided CANmod.temp DBC file

Signal encoding description file (dbc file)

The decoding rules described in dbc file format can be downloaded below:


The DBC file is configured to match the default output IDs. If the output IDs are changed in the configuration, the DBC file needs to be updated accordingly.


Related signals are packed in the same CAN-bus frame. All signals use an encoding method similar to what is used in SAE J1939-71:

  • Intel byte order (multi byte values are stored least significant byte first)

  • Values are encoded as unsigned integers which are then offset and scaled

By using encoding based on scaled and offset unsigned integers, the raw signal values can be decoded to physical values using a simple linear transformation:

\[y_{\texttt{PHY}} = a x_{\texttt{RAW}} + b,\]


  • \(y_{\texttt{PHY}}\): The signal physical value

  • \(x_{\texttt{RAW}}\): The signal raw value

  • \(a\): The signal scaling factor

  • \(b\): The signal offset

Above transformation can be described by *.dbc files1.


Placing byte 0 to the right makes it easy to interpret Intel order data


*.dbc is a widely used file format for describing signal decoding