Training Course Details: HIL Fundamentals Using Veristand

Publish Date: Dec 20, 2018 | 0 Ratings | 0.00 out of 5 | Print

Overview

This page describes the HIL Fundamentals Using Veristand training course offered through NI Training and Certification.

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Table of Contents

  1. Course Overview
  2. Course Outline
  3. Suggested Next Courses

1. Course Overview

In this class you learn how to use the out-of-the-box features of NI VeriStand to develop realtime testing applications. This course introduces real-time testing and walks you through building an NI VeriStand test system that includes real-time simulation, hardware I/O, and alarming. You also learn to create sophisticated real-time stimulus profiles to stimulate a unit under test and log its responses to a variety of real-world conditions.

 

Duration
  • Instructor-Led Classroom: Three (3) Days
Audience
  • New NI VeriStand users
  • Engineers creating real-time test systems such as hardware-in-the-loop test systems, dynamometers, or servo hydraulic test systems
  • Test technicians tasked with executing and modifying existing NI VeriStand test systems
  • Users and technical managers evaluating NI VeriStand for their applications
Prerequisites
  • Experience with Microsoft Windows
NI Products Used During the Course
  • NI VeriStand 2017 or later
  • NI Distributed System Manager 2017 or later
  • NI PXIe-1071 chassis
  • NI PXIe-8102 RT controller
  • NI PXIe-6341 data acquisition device
  • NI CB-68LP connector blocks



After attending this course, you will be able to:

  • Develop a real-time test system using NI VeriStand
  • Create a run-time editable user interface for your real-time test system
  • Create and modify stimulus profiles and real-time sequences using the Stimulus Profile Editor

 

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2. Course Outline

Lesson Overview Topics
Introduction to Real-Time Test Given a set of test requirements, students will be able to describe use cases for performing real-time testing.
  • Real-Time Test
  • Real-Time Test Terminology
  • Closed-Loop Control
  • Types of Real-Time Test
  • Test Component Reuse
Introduction to NI VeriStand In this lesson Introduce the components of VeriStand and how they interact with each other
  • What is NI VeriStand?
  • NI VeriStand Environment
  • System Definition
  • VeriStand Engine Architecture
  • UI Manager
Hardware Configuration Given an VeriStand real-time test project, students will be able to describe the different hardware platforms and I/O technologies used with NI VeriStand and establish connections to that hardware.
  • Real-Time Test Platforms
  • NI MAX
  • DAQ
  • FPGA
  • NI-XNET
  • NI SLSC
  • Other Hardware
Importing and Mapping to Models Given an NI VeriStand real-time test project, students will be able to import and configure a pre-existing model as well as map the model’s inports and outports to hardware or another model.
  • What is a Model?
  • Generating Models
  • Importing a Model
  • Model Execution
  • System Mappings
Exploring Engine Features Given an NI VeriStand real-time test project, students will be able to create, configure, and use a variety of NI VeriStand Engine features.
  • Aliases
  • User Channels
  • Calculated Channels
  • Scales
  • Alarms
  • Procedures
Configuring the UI Manager In this lesson you Explore features and tools of the UI Manager and VeriStand Workspace.
  • UI Manager Screens
  • UI Manager Features
  • UI Manager Tools
  • VeriStand Workspace
Troubleshooting Given a completed NI VeriStand real-time test system, apply appropriate debugging techniques
  • System Diagnostics
  • Benchmarking
  • Optimization
  • Debugging Techniques
Extending VeriStand In this lesson you In this lesson, we’ll learn how VeriStand can be extended.
  • Calling the VeriStand API
  • Customizing the VeriStand Engine
  • Customizing the Workspace
  • Distributed Systems
Creating Stimulus Profiles Given a completed NI VeriStand real-time test system, create and edit a stimulus profile to stimulate a device under test and log its responses.
  • Stimulus Profile Editor
  • Create a Real-Time Sequence
  • Create a Stimulus Profile
Automation in NI VeriStand In this lesson Understand the different automation options and the capabilities of each.
  • Introduction to Automation
  • TestStand
  • Python
  • ASAM XIL
Data Logging and Reporting Understand the options available to log data during test execution and create reports.
  • Data Logging Options
  • Report Generation

 

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3. Suggested Next Courses

  • Developing Test Programs Using NI TestStand
  • DIAdem Basics
  • LabVIEW Core 1

 

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