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Create the following two files to implement your C/C++ model: model.h—Contains the type definitions for your model parameters. You must name the file model.h and include all user-visible parameters in ...

If you configured your model to be initially paused, you can use this channel to start it. If your model gets into a desirable state for testing purposes, you can pause the model, save that state to a ...

Undeploying the system definition from a target also disconnects the target. In the VeriStand Editor, click Tool Launcher Manage Targets . In the Manage Targets dialog box, select the target or targets ...

By using this step to automate model parameter value updates, you can update your model at known points within the execution of the stimulus profile. Create a stimulus profile that is associated with the ...

The Model Status channel returns the model's state, such as running, resetting, and stopped. Refer to the following table to determine what values VeriStand associates with each status. Value Status 0 ...

Before you begin, you must add a data replay file. Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Project Files pane, double-click a system definition file (.nivssdf). System Explorer opens. Click Targets Controller ...

Enter and display numeric data. Which Numerics Control Should I Use? Control Use Numeric control and indicator Enter or display numeric data. Sliders Display numeric data in a vertical or horizontal slide ...

Resource Description Related Documentation Provides more information on help for VeriStand. NI Hardware Support Contains support details for NI-XNET devices, NI-DAQ devices, and NI FPGA targets. VeriStand ...

Use the Workspace to launch the NI-XNET Bus Monitor. To identify more detailed frame information, assign a network database to the NI-XNET Bus Monitor. You can display the message name and comment information ...

Refer to the NI-XNET Hardware and Software Help that installs with your hardware for more detailed documentation about NI-XNET interfaces. SessionsAn NI-XNET session represents a connection between your ...

Use NI License Manager to activate software products at work and home without having to open the software. Before using your products, you must activate them in accordance with their license agreement. ...

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

Launch the VeriStand Editor. In the Navigation pane, click Project Files. Click New Add File. In the Select Item window, select a file, and click Open. The file appears in the Project Files tab.

Add-on features for VeriStand include custom user interface objects for the Workspace, custom devices that add support for additional hardware interfaces, or real-time engine functions. Add-ons come in ...

Extend user channel functionality by mapping a channel to other channels. For example, use a single user channel to start multiple models simultaneously by mapping the user channel to the Model Command ...

As part of setting up an AI channel(s) to acquire waveforms, you need to specify the rate, size, and other properties of the acquisitions you want to perform. You set these properties in a group called ...

You can configure an NI-XNET session by adding ports for your devices under the protocol you want to use. Depending on your goal, complete any of the following tasks. Goal Task Adding any type of NI-XNET ...

Use NI License Manager to deactivate and transfer a software license. To transfer licenses, you need to deactivate the software on the current computer and activate it on a different computer. If you exceed ...

The deployment target in an VeriStand system is a desktop PC or RT target on which you run the system definition file and VeriStand Engine. Internal Feature The following is a feature that you cannot directly ...

To configure the BIOS settings for VeriStand, complete any of the following tasks. Task Rationale Enable Turbo Boost Enabling Turbo Boost for Intel Core™ processors allows active processor cores to run ...

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