IO114B - Analog output
IO114B - Analog output — Writes the IO114 analog
Simulink Real-Time - Speedgoat
Your model can only contain one of these blocks for each I/O module in your target
This driver block has n double-type scalar input ports, where n is the number of
selected analog output channels. Each port (signal) accepts the analog value in mA
to be output.
X (X is the analog channel number)
The value to be output from analog channel X in mA.
This ID defines the link to the corresponding Setup block.
Select the active input/output channels in a vector. A defined number of channels
can be selected using square brackets, for example [1 2 3]. A sequence of channels
can be selected using a colon, for example, 1:4.
Define the initial signal level present on the outputs after the application has
been downloaded. The values can be set individually by entering a vector: the value
at a certain position in the Initial Values vector is applied to the channel as
defined in the Active Channels vector. A scalar value applies to all the channels;
for example, for individual values, type "[1 1.5 0 2.5]", and to set all channels to
zero, type "0".
Reset to Initial Values
Define whether the initial values are also applied once the application has
stopped. The behavior can be set individually for each channel using a vector. A
scalar value applies to all the channels; for example, for individual values, type
"[1 0 0 1]", and to set all channels to zero, type "0". "1" means use the Initial
Value and "0" means keep the latest value.
Defines the base sample time at which this driver block gets its sample hit. This
parameter can also be set to -1 for inherited
sample time. The units are in seconds.