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Adding and Configuring a Hardware Device

Last Modified: December 13, 2019

Add and configure National Instruments hardware, timing and sync devices, and custom devices.

  1. Open a project in VeriStand.
  2. Depending on your hardware goal, complete any of the following tasks in System Explorer.
    Goal Task
    Adding and configuring an SLSC device Use SLSC devices to introduce signal conditioning and fault insertion into a real-time testing scheme.
    Adding and configuring DAQ devices Use DAQ devices to support analog, digital, and counter I/O functions such as acquiring waveform data.
    Adding NI FPGA targets Use NI FPGA targets to create customizable I/O, help with data preprocessing and postprocessing, add high-speed closed-loop control, and simulate a variety of sensors for hardware-in-the-loop testers
    Adding NI-XNET devices Use the NI-XNET platform to communicate with hardware using the CAN, LIN, and FlexRay protocols.
    Adding reflective memory networks Use a reflective memory card to split up a simulation model to execute simultaneously on different target systems.
    Adding and configuring timing and sync devices Use a timing and sync device to synchronize more than one chassis.
    Synchronizing hardware and software Synchronize the hardware and software components of a system to ensure consistency and optimal performance, enable data analysis, and time correlation.
    Setting chassis master hardware synchronization devices Use a chassis master hardware synchronization device to control the synchronization of all hardware in a chassis.

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