Allow entity arrivals upon positive control signal
This block represents a gate that is open whenever the control
signal at the en input port is positive, and
closed whenever the signal is zero or negative. By definition, an
open gate permits entity arrivals as long as the entities would be
able to advance immediately to the next block, while a closed gate
forbids entity arrivals. The en signal is a numerical
signal of type
double. Because the signal can remain
positive for a time interval of arbitrary length, an enabled gate
can remain open for a time interval of arbitrary length. The length
can be zero or a positive number.
Entity Input Ports
|IN||Port for arriving entities.|
Signal Input Ports
|en||The gate is open whenever this signal is positive. This signal must be an event-based signal.|
Entity Output Ports
|OUT||Port for departing entities.|
Signal Output Ports
|Label||Description||Time of Update When Statistic Is On|
|#d||Number of entities that have departed from this block since the start of the simulation.||After entity departure|
The initial output value is 0. This value is in effect from the start of the simulation until the first update by the block.
Select this option to prioritize the gate-opening or gate-closing
event explicitly, relative to other simultaneous events in the simulation. If you do not select this option, the event has priority
SYS1 on the event calendar. For
details, see Resolve Simultaneous Signal Updates.
The priority of the gate-opening and gate-closing events, relative to other simultaneous events in the simulation. Gate opening and closing are distinct events that share the same event priority. For details, see Specify Event Priorities to Resolve Simultaneous Signal Updates. You see this field only if you select Resolve simultaneous signal updates according to event priority.
These parameters determine whether the block produces data at signal output ports or omits those ports. For descriptions of the data and ports, see the preceding table, "Signal Output Ports".
Allows you to use the signal output port labeled #d.