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Only one alarm procedure executes at a time in an alarm group. Use the following table to determine the order procedures will execute based on the order of the alarms.This information only applies when ...

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

If you are using LabVIEW to program VeriStand, use the Execution VIs to create and control tasks on the target, including tasks typically performed by Workspace tools. You can also use the .NET Execution ...

When VeriStand reads values from a signal that has a scaling factor, VeriStand scales the raw, prescaled values according to the scaling factor. For example, if you assign a scaling factor of 0.1 to a ...

Use the following values to create a framework for VeriStand.To run this code, you must reference the ASAM.XIL.Implementation.FrameworkFactory assembly in order to have access to the FrameworkFactory class. ...

Use the following values as an example on how to create a testbench for VeriStand: ITestbenchFactory testbenchFactory = new TestbenchFactory(); ITestbench testbench = testbenchFactory.CreateVendorSpecificTestbench( ...

The Association for Standardization of Automation and Measuring Systems (ASAM) is an organization that facilitates interoperability between measurement and automation testing tools from different vendors. ...

You can use the ASAM XIL framework to complete tasks such as logging variables and stimulating values for variables. You can also create units, data types, and framework variables, and map framework variables ...

Click Edit settings on the data logging control. Select Post-Processing. Select Run script. In Script path, specify the path to the VBScript file you want to run.

Enter or display true and false data. Which Boolean Control Should I Use? Boolean Type Use Buttons Enter true or false input. Checkbox Select an item or items from a list. LEDs Indicate true or false data. ...

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. You can calibrate channels according to polynomial equations ...

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 a procedure. ...

Add a reference to the real-time sequence you want to call. Enter the sequence alias, which appears to the right of the file name in the References pane, into the Expression component of the Property Browser. ...

Before you begin, create a stimulus profile. Open the stimulus profile from which you want to call the sequence in the Stimulus Profile Editor. In the Steps palette, expand Real-Time Sequences. Select ...

The following image highlights the layout of the Channel Calibration tool you will interact with to calibrate values received from a hardware device. Scalable Channels—Displays both the Raw Value the channel ...

In the VeriStand Editor, Click View Channel Data Viewer . In the Channel Data Viewer tab, click the Channel Filter pull-down menu and select the type of channels to display. Type of channel Description ...

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. In the Workspace, select Tools Channel Fault Manager to ...

To identify the source of an issue, replace your model in the system definition with a simple model, and then redeploy the system definition. If the simple model executes as expected, the source of the ...

Before you begin, create a real-time sequence. Real-time sequences can contain four different sections of variables that appear in the Variables pane. Section Description Return Variable The value the ...

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