VeeCAN 320 Motohawk Slave

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The New Eagle VeeCAN MotoHawk display application is ideal for developing a display interface using MotoHawk software. It allows a user to easily create a custom color display using MotoHawk modeling blocks instead of time-consuming C programming. MiniView MotoHawk users will appreciate the ease of creating a display that reads CAN messages from the MotoHawk controller.

This display can also be utilized by any embedded system by outputting CAN messages to the VeeCAN. For CAN spec information, please contact us.

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MotoHawk VeeCAN App

The MotoHawk Library comprises several MotoHawk blocks that allow a user to easily configure the following five screens on a VeeCAN display:

  • One single-gauge screen (mapped to button 1)
  • Two quad-gauge screens (mapped to buttons 2 and 3)
  • One strip chart screen (mapped to button 4)
  • One faults screen (mapped to button 5)

The CAN definition or MotoHawk/Raptor blockset is free to any customer who purchases a Raptor VeeCAN display. To get the blockset, submit your ticket to the Support Portal.

Here are some other screenshots to demonstrate the function:

Here is an example of VeeCAN library blocks used in a model:

Platform Benefits

  • Ready-to-go model
  • Includes both the physical display and the accompanying MotoHawk blockset
  • Same benefits as the VeeCAN 320


MotoHawk Library