Any Garz and Fricke device with Windows CE 6.0 - .NET Compact Framework 3.5 or higher.
Building the Samples
The sample projects will be stored to the installation path while running the setup program. Navigate to the “Samples” subfolder, open the desired sample project (.csproj) file and build the sources (usually a solution file will be created by visual studio on the first build process). You may now copy the executable and the GarzAndFricke.dll file to the device (e.g. via ftp) and run it.
Most of the Garz & Fricke devices support active sync. You may install active sync on your developer machine and connect to the devices USB device port. If an active sync connection to the device is established you may deploy and run the projects output in debug mode.
You can add the GarzAndFricke assembly reference to any .NET Compact Framework Version 3.5 project with Windows CE as target platform. Just right click on the References tab in the solution explorer from visual studio and select “Add Reference” to open the “Add Reference” dialog box. Select the GarzAndFricke component with the desired version number in the .NET tab.
If you want to run applications which use GarzAndFricke framework classes on the target device don’t forget to copy the GarzAndFricke assembly as well.
Supporting the Garz & Fricke version information of the devices hardware and software components.
Supporting Controller Area Network (CAN) interface.
RS485 interface support.
Digital I/O support.
For detailed information see the FrameworkDocumentation.chm file which is stored in the Documentation subfolder of the framework installation path.
Changes to 1.1.x.0 (07.02.2013)
Added Can RTR functionality
Added CanAdvanced class enabling the low-level setting of bit timings. Usually this should not be necessary and therefore be avoided.