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To deploy VIs that contain the Model Interface API to an RT target, you must first download support files for the Model Interface Toolkit to the target.

Before you can run a model you created in MathWorks Simulink® software with the Model Interface API, you must use the Simulink software to convert the model file to a compiled model. The Simulink software ...

If your model crashes or does not execute as you expect, try to isolate the issue and determine if its source is within the model or due to your LabVIEW code.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Model Interface Toolkit) Hardware and Software Support Q: Which modeling environments produce models that are compatible with the Model Interface Toolkit? A: The Model ...

The Model Interface API can run models you create in C/C++ and compile into a DLL, .out, or .so file. The models must be designed and compiled to work with the VeriStand Model Framework.

You can convert other LabVIEW VIs into compiled .lvmodel or .lvmodelso files that the Model Interface API can run. This might be useful if you want to distribute the .lvmodel or .lvmodelso to other users ...

You can use your model you created in MathWorks Simulink® software with the Model Interface API. However, first you must compile the model into a DLL, .out, or .so file.

The Take Model Time Step VI requires you to pass an array of inport values to the VI. By creating this array outside the control loop that contains the Take Model Time Step VI, you preallocate the memory ...

Many models have parameters, which act as variables in the model. The default values of parameters are compiled into the model. However, you can perform the following tasks to set new initial values:

Many models have parameters, which act as variables in the model. The default values of parameters are compiled into the model. However, while a model runs in your application, you might want to adjust ...

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