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Simulink Support Package for Arduino Hardware

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07 Mar 2013 (Updated )

Run models on Arduino boards.

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Installer file for Simulink Support Package for Arduino Hardware. For more details on capabilities for this support package, please visit:

www.mathworks.com/hardware-support/arduino-simulink.html

Opening the .mlpkginstall file from your operating system or from within MATLAB will initiate the installation process for this Hardware Support Package and acquire the latest support package available for the release you have.

This .mlpkginstall file is functional for R2013a and beyond.

Acknowledgements

This file inspired Autonomous 4 Wheel Robot Light Tracker Arduino Mega 2560 and Simulink Library For Zumo Robot.

Required Products Simulink
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MATLAB release MATLAB 8.1 (R2013a)
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15 Aug 2016 Alexis Estevez  
30 Jun 2016 MathWorks Simulink Team

Hi Sahil, Could you please report the error message to our Technical Support team? You can create a technical support request at the following page:

http://www.mathworks.com/support/servicerequests/create.html

Thanks.

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29 Jun 2016 sahil Kumar

Hi,
I have matlab R2013a and an arduino uno and have tried to download and install the support package for Arduino by both methods and it doesnt seem to work.
When I try to manually download it and load it through matlab the open folder does not show that file.
Whereas when I try to download and install it through it asks for permission but then the progress bar is shown stuck at about 80% and then after a while I get an error , please help.
Thanks

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02 Jun 2016 audi alahmad

thank you for help

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14 Mar 2016 Antonin

Antonin (view profile)

Hi Rami,
Not sure if you are looking for Linux support. If you are, note that Linux is supported as a host platform for this support package from R2015b onwards.
More on the system requirements at the following page:
http://www.mathworks.com/hardware-support/system-requirements.html
I hope it helps,
Thanks,
Antonin.

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13 Mar 2016 Rami Al Halabi

still not working on 2014a...why??

30 Nov 2015 Dan Lluch

Dan Lluch (view profile)

@ tin zar - This particular .mlplginstall file is functional for 13a and beyond... opening the file in 15a will initiate the installation process for the Simulink Support Package for Arduino Hardware.

you can see an overview of the arduino options with MathWorks tools and releases first introduced here:
http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/242924-arduino-support-from-matlab-and-simulink-across-releases

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26 Nov 2015 tin zar khaing wai

can this support package also work for matlab R2015a?

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12 Jun 2015 Shabbeer Basha

I am able to install but not able to open the library. Please help.

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04 Apr 2015 Sergei Paleichuk  
16 Jan 2015 Waleed El-Badry

The problem of installing the package on R2014a has been reported several times. It is ironic that MATLAB package is installed with no problems. The problem has been presentiment for months although other packages are installed successfully like Raspberry Pi and USB webcam

31 Dec 2014 sai kiran

When I am trying to install the arduino package it says
Possible causes:
- You have recently cleared your MATLAB preferences, or
- You are using a shared MATLAB installation and the above support packages
were installed by another user.

I am not understanding what to do.
But i have successfully installed Arduino Due package. Can anyone help me

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17 Oct 2014 Klont

Klont (view profile)

When I double-click the aruinoio.mlpkginstall file in the Current Folder window in Matlab 2014a on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, I get an error-dialog stating:

MATLAB Support Package for Arduino Hardware cannot be installed on this system. It requires: Base Product: MATLAB Host Platforms: Win32,Win64,Mac64

How do I connect to Arduino from Matlab from Linux?

20 Sep 2014 Sina

Sina (view profile)

Hi. I am trying to use this package with an Arduino Uno board that's connected to a motor driver to drive a motor to my desired position and speed (later with implementing a PID controller).
I was wondering how I can use this package with the motor real time. Or how I can design the PID controller in Simulink for this application.
Thank you.

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05 Aug 2014 Carlos

Carlos (view profile)

Thanks Md. Ashfaque & Sreeram! As a temporary solution I used the for iterator block and buffered the bytes in an array. I shall look into custom blocks later on for better efficiency.

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22 Jul 2014 Sreeram

Hi Carlos,

There are two options
1) One could use for iterator block or something that can read bytes one by one and then buffer them as per application needs in the model
2) or on the contrary create a custom block that uses the Serial.readBytes function from the arduino standard library. http://arduino.cc/en/Serial/ReadBytes
For creating a Custom driver block one could follow the guide published at
http://www.mathworks.in/matlabcentral/fileexchange/39354-device-drivers

Hope this helps,
Thanks,
Sreeram Mohan

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17 Jul 2014 Md. Ashfaque

Hi Carlos,
The best way to transmit an array of characters/string is to use the s-function builder block and simply use the Serial.print() command that is used in the Arduino IDE.

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12 Jul 2014 Carlos

Carlos (view profile)

Hello, if I want to read multiple bytes of data in each time step, what I should do with the Serial Read block since it only read 1 byte everytime? Thanks.

21 May 2014 Özgür Akpinar

It has problems in Windows 8.1 when I try to download model to Arduino.

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24 Jan 2014 addie irawan

I have a problem on using most of the PWM pins in PWM block for Arduino Mega 2560. The warning prompt shows this block only for Arduino UNO not Arduino Mega although the mask prompt written it support both boards. Please help me on this

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18 Jun 2013 Murat Belge

Support package installer is supported since R2012a. Type in "targetinstaller" at the MATLAB command prompt to launch the installer.

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18 Apr 2013 A

A (view profile)

Support Package Installer only for MATLAB 8.1 (R2013a)?

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14 Apr 2013 Gabriel Ortega Rosero

Hi, I´m trying to do data adquisition with arduino in simulink, I configured the device and run the configurations (build the code), but I have a problem, when I start te simulation appear a error message, "Checksum mismatch. Verify the correct target application is running and if necessary rebuild target code."

I appreciate your help, thanks!

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05 Apr 2013 erik popo

it's a good tool

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