Although the added functionality of the TargetLink blocks is not available in that case, the TargetLink Blockset allows you to use the same models for rapid control prototyping and production code generation. Entering Implementation-Specific Information The TargetLink Blockset provides a complete set of tools that allow you to prepare your model for implementation in a minimum of time. A few TargetLink settings may need adjustment before working with a model in Reactis. Check that a model meets its requirements with Reactis Validator. The stand-alone installation enables users to simulate TargetLink models in the Simulink environment, but not generate code or access many of the advanced TargetLink features. Note Stand Alone mode does not require a connection between the development and target computers. Most of the functionality is interpreted only by the TargetLink code generator, but in certain situations, the blocks can affect simulation behavior.
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We describe those settings in this section. A few TargetLink settings may need adjustment before working with a model in Reactis. In Stand Alone mode, you can start the kernel and run the real-time application on the target computer, independent of the development computer. Regardless of the stxndalone, you initially start your target computer by using DOS from a boot device.
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You can use the free TargetLink Blockset stand-alone to design and prototype your controller without a full TargetLink installation. TargetLink block dialog for entering implementation-specific information such as the data type, variable name, scaling data, etc.
A special routine automatically prepares Simulink models for code generation with TargetLink by enhancing the Simulink blocks. Based on your location, we tragetlink that you select: Use of the stand-alone installation does not require a TargetLink license. In Stand Alone mode, you can create control, DSP, and other system models for use in production systems running on target computers.
Namely it is easy to:. Select the China site in Chinese or English for best site performance. Simulate and debug models in Reactis Simulator. The data is presented in a well-organized tree and can also be accessed via an application programming interface API. Before building the real-time application, you must also add real-time Scope blocks of types target and file.
The full-featured version is intended to be used in the main TargetLink environment when the objective is code generation or Software-in-the-Loop SIL simulation. This is done as standalome.
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To load the target computer with the Simulink Real-Time kernel and a real-time application, use Stand Alone mode. Entering Implementation-Specific Information The TargetLink Blockset provides a complete set of tools that allow you to prepare your model for implementation in a minimum of time.
Some warning dialogs might appear, but can be dismissed. Reactis is compatible with a number of different TargetLink versions including 2. To prevent this problem, one should configure the block as stanvalone pass-through.
Trial Software Product Updates. Although the added functionality of the TargetLink blocks is not available in that case, the TargetLink Blockset allows you to use the same models for rapid control prototyping and production code generation. If you want to view signals targftlink the target computer in Stand Alone mode, you must provide a monitor for the target computer. These ports are not present in version 3. Moreover, the blocks need additional capabilities for fixed-point simulation.
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Standalone Mode In Stand Alone mode, you can create control, DSP, and other system models for use in production systems running on target computers. This mode of operation can start the kernel on the target computer from a flash disk or hard disk.
To avoid overflows and improve test coverage, Reactis should be configured to provide inputs within the range expected by the generated code. The TargetLink Blockset stand-alone is a license-free version of the TargetLink blockset which allows function developers to design their controller models directly with TargetLink.
The TargetLink blocks significantly enhance the functionality of the supported Simulink blocks and have an extended dialog that allows you to enter the implementation-specific information necessary for code generation.
After performing these steps, users can manipulate TargetLink models in Reactis in the same way native Simulink models are processed. The TargetLink blocks significantly extend the functionality of the Simulink blocks. Because Reactis reads and interprets TargetLink models, occasionally a TargetLink dialog will appear that requires user interaction.