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Before you begin, you might need to scale a channel when using a sensor that requires scaling from its voltage or current output into engineering units. Use your sensor's documentation for more information ...

Before you begin, identify your parameter’s type and scope. In VeriStand, parameters have two scopes. Target-level scope—VeriStand applies updates to all global parameter values with the same name in other ...

Before you begin, install the VeriStand Model Framework on the computer you are compiling the model. The framework adds tools you will use during the compile process. Determine what real-time operating ...

The default value of all inports is 0. Change the default if your model divides by an inport to avoid an invalid operation.Verify if your system configuration will cause the initial default value to go ...

Open the Workspace. Select Screen Edit Mode to display the Workspace Controls palette and alignment grid. Click the Workspace Controls palette. Select Model Calibration Control. Choose one of the following ...

Before you begin, learn about the VeriStand system. A model is set to run at a rate as defined in the build options when the model is compiled. Depending on configuration settings for the system definition, ...

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

Open the Workspace. Select Screen Edit Mode to display the Workspace Controls palette and alignment grid. Click the Workspace Controls palette and drag a control or indicator onto the alignment grid. In ...

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

Before you begin, you must compile the model to use it. To learn more about models, refer to Components of a Model and Primary Control Loop Step Execution in Models. VeriStand executes each model in its ...

In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). System Explorer opens. Click Targets Controller Hardware Chassis NI-XNET in the configuration tree. Click Hardware Discovery ...

Use these dialog boxes to perform operations such as monitoring alarms, viewing channel data, scaling and calibrating channels, or running stimulus profiles. Open the VeriStand Editor. In the Navigation ...

In addition to creating cleaner parameter files, aliasing parameter names can extend the reusability of a test by allowing you to simply update the alias file if you want to use the same test on a model ...

ATML accomplishes this through a standard XML schema for exchanging UUT test and diagnostic information between components of the test system. ATML specifies standards for test environments that encompass ...

You can add references to real-time sequences or CSV files that you call as sequences, and then call those references from expressions within an existing sequence. Create a real-time sequence to serve ...

Before you begin, learn about the supported syntax for .txt files. Open a formatted .txt file. Create or open a second text file that updates parameters from the same model. This is the subscript file. ...

Before you begin, format the initial values in the .txt file to VeriStand supported syntax. By default, the initial values of parameters are the values that were compiled into the model. However, VeriStand ...

Before you start, download VeriStand support files for the RT target using MAX. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). System Explorer ...

Before you begin, add an NI-XNET database. The NI-XNET Database Editor creates and maintains embedded network databases. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition ...

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. Depending on your goal, ...

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