Watchdog timer (not recommended)
On some units, you can program a watchdog to perform a system
reboot when a programmable timeout occurs. The timeout interval can
with one-second resolution, or from
with one-minute resolution. When the timeout expires, an IRQ15 interrupt
is asserted. With the Reboot upon expiration
of watchdog parameter, you can specify that the system
reboot at this time. At most, one block of this type can be included
in a model.
Simulink® Real-Time™ Library of Drivers No Longer Recommended for Use
From the list, select either
These are the units for the time.
Enter a number between
Select this check box to display an input port labeled
A signal connected to this port resets the watchdog whenever its value
Select this check box to reset the watchdog whenever there is keyboard activity.
Select this check box to reboot the unit when the watchdog timer expires. When the timeout expires, an IRQ15 interrupt is asserted, regardless of the state of this check box. If you choose not to reboot the system when the watchdog timer expires, you might want to write your own procedure to handle the IRQ15 assertion.
Enter the base sample time or a multiple of the base sample
-1 means sample time is inherited).