Use tutorial examples to become familiar with the Stimulus Profile
Before you begin, learn how to navigate the stimulus profile editor
up a basic test—Create a real-time sequence that turns on a car engine, sets the
engine speed to 2500 RPM, holds this speed for 20 seconds, and then turns the engine
Reading and writing channels directly from a
real-time sequence—Use channel references, parameters, and variables to turn on a car
engine, set the engine speed to three different RPM values, measure how long the engine takes
to settle at each specified RPM, and turn the engine off.
Execute multiple parallel tasks—Create a stimulus profile and a real-time sequence that incorporates
multitasking, which executes multiple parallel tasks.
Configure failure notification—Modify a real-time test by adding a return value that reflects the
success or failure of a warm-up task.
data to a file—Log channel data from a running stimulus test to a TDMS
Call a CSV file as a real-time sequence—Use Comma Separated Values (.csv) files within stimulus
profiles to stimulate, fault, and evaluate channels.
Play back previously recorded test data—Create and run a stimulus profile that plays back data from a
previously recorded VeriStand macro file.
Update model parameter values during test
execution—Call text files in a stimulus profile to update the values of engine
model parameters while a test is running.
You can find complete examples of these tutorials
in the <Common Data>\Examples\Stimulus Profile\Engine