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
You can add an FPGA target and corresponding
FPGA configuration file to a system definition file without installing the LabVIEW FPGA
Module. However, you must install the LabVIEW FPGA Module to create a custom FPGA
bitfile and configuration file.
Launch the VeriStand Editor.
In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file
System Explorer opens.
in the configuration tree.
Choose to add one or all discoverable FPGA targets.
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- Click Add FPGA Target.
- Select an FPGA configuration file
- Click OK.
- Click Hardware Discovery Wizard and
follow the onscreen instructions.
- Select a target to display its configuration page.
- In the path control, select the FPGA configuration file.
Save the system definition file.
You can configure the FPGA device and its individual
channels with the FPGA Target