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Before you begin, import an incoming XNET frame. Frame information channels store incoming NI-XNET frame information. You can create the following types of Frame Information channels. Receive Time—Contains ...

You can also click Configure Mappings and use the System Configuration Mappings dialog box to map channels and aliases. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, right-click the system definition ...

Before you begin, verify VeriStand supports your hardware target, prepare your LabVIEW VIs for conversion, and choose your compiler tools.In order to generate compiled models from LabVIEW VIs, you need ...

The frames that transmit across the network are assigned unique identifiers. You can use these frame IDs for more than just identifying the frame.Refer to the NI-XNET Hardware and Software Help for more ...

Open VeriStand. Click Default Project. Enter a Project Name. Select a Location to save the project. Select a System Definition. If you do not have a system definition, leave this field as None chosen. ...

Open VeriStand. Create or open a VeriStand project. Click Configure... to open System Explorer. Click File New to open the New System Definition dialog box. Enter a System Definition name. Click OK. After ...

Before you begin, create a model header file. Browse to \VeriStand\\ModelInterface\custom\examples, create a copy of template.c, and give the copy a new name. is the drive ...

Open a project in VeriStand. 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 ...

Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). System Explorer opens. Click Targets Controller Procedures in the configuration tree. Click Add ...

You must add a timing and sync device to the Timing and Sync directory of VeriStand in order to add it to the system definition. VeriStand includes one example timing and sync device. You can add a timing ...

Expressions are the building blocks of real-time sequence code. Depending on your goal, complete the following tasks. Goal Tasks Create a new, empty expression Drag an Expression primitive from the Expressions ...

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 ...

Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). System Explorer opens. Click Targets Controller Hardware Chassis Data Sharing in the configuration ...

Before you begin, you need to create a new system definition file. Launch the VeriStand Editor. Click New Add File. In the Select Item window, select a system definition file (.nivssdf), and click Open. ...

Refer to the NI-XNET Hardware and Software Help for detailed information about NI-XNET databases. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). ...

Before you begin, learn about the supported syntax for .txt files. Open a formatted .txt file. Create a new line for the temporary variable. Enter the temporary variable name in the parameter column and ...

Depending on your goal, use an argument to send a command to the VeriStand Editor. Goal Argument Example Specify the VeriStand project to run. /nivsprj /nivsprj "\Examples\Stimulus Profile\Engine ...

Before you begin, choose a compiler. Launch Simulink software and load the model you want to convert. Select Simulation Model Configuration Parameters . In the Model Configuration Parameters dialog box, ...

Launch the VeriStand Editor. Depending on your goal, complete any of the following tasks. Goal Task Add a custom Workspace tools menu item to the project file. Use the Project Files tab to add items to ...

Before you begin, you must create a new system definition file. The system definition file contains the configuration settings of the VeriStand Engine, such as the system rate and the list of channels. ...

Before you begin, you should understand the VeriStand Engine and the PCL execution mode steps. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). ...

Before you begin, add a model to the system definition. Use model execution channels to accomplish tasks such as manually starting the execution of a model rather than allowing it to execute upon deployment. ...

Before you begin, you must add a model to the system definition. The VeriStand Editor will reference the alias instead of the full channel path.The alias' location in the system definition cannot be changed ...

VeriStand applies linear interpolation to values between the table values. This ensures that values scale proportionally. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition ...

VeriStand requires two direction coefficients for a polynomial scale. They are a forward polynomial to convert pre-scaled values to scaled values and a reverse polynomial to convert scaled values to pre-scaled ...

Open the Workspace. Select Screen Edit Mode to display the Workspace Controls palette and alignment grid. Click the Workspace Controls palette. Select Logging Logging Control and drag the control onto ...

A host computer hosts the screen files that serve as the user interface for operators and runs the VeriStand Gateway. The host computer must be a PC running a supported version of Windows. Internal Feature ...

Before you begin, verify that you have the tool in your Workspace Tools menu. If you do not, refer to Adding a Standard or Custom Tools Menu Item. Maintaining model parameter values in external files allows ...

Before you import a text file, format it. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). System Explorer opens. Create a new lookup table scale ...

Before you begin, add an NI-XNET database and port. Frames are the messages transmitted across an embedded network. These messages are sorted into clusters within an NI-XNET database. You can import frames ...

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