Prepare your design for generating a real-time application by updating your Simulink model. Select a fixed-step solver and select Simulink Real-Time™ as the code generator target. Extend your Simulink model with driver blocks from the Speedgoat block library or the Simulink Real-Time block library. Make signal connections between these driver blocks and other blocks in your model, then build the real-time application.
|Automatically download application after building|
|Build for default target computer|
|Specify target computer name|
|Name of Simulink Real-Time object created by build process|
|Use default communication timeout|
|Specify the communication timeout in seconds|
|Real-time interrupt source|
|I/O board generating the interrupt|
|PCI slot (-1: autosearch) or ISA base address|
|Log Task Execution Time|
|Signal logging data buffer size in doubles|
|Number of profiling events (each uses 20 bytes)|
|Double buffer parameter changes|
|Load a parameter set from a file on the designated target file system|
|TLCOptions Properties||Modify real-time application options|
|Application||Represent application files on development computer|
||Create object that represents application files on development computer|
||Replace inport data in a real-time application with new inport data|
Learn about the Simulink Real-Time I/O library of driver blocks.
Interface with boards by using Simulink Real-Time library blocks.
Configure I/O driver blocks that represent physical I/O boards.
Map root inports to source data
Configuring your Simulink model for running as a real-time application.