The Velleman K8055 is a low-cost board for interfacing with lab hardware. It supports digital and analog I/O (including PWM outputs) and connects to the PC through a USB cable (which supplies power as well). The K8055 is sold as a kit of parts, and the Vellman VM110 is the pre-assembled version of the K8055.
This MATLAB Support Package allows you to to communicate with with the Vellman K8055/VM110 from a 32-bit Windows PC. You can:
* Communicate with multiple K8055/VM110 devices from the MATLAB command line
* Read and write to the analog and digital channels
* Write to the PWM outputs
* Create custom GUIs
The Support Package uses a Software Development Kit (SDK) that is created by Velleman, and *does not* require Data Acquisition Toolbox or Instrument Control Toolbox. The included REAMDE.pdf guides you through the download and install of the Velleman SDK.
The Support Package also comes with a detailed guide for getting started and examples (including GUI examples).
% create K8055 board object
board = vellboard.ExperimentBoard;
% access analog channel
data = board.readAnalog(2); % read channel 2
board.writeAnalog(2, 150); % write 150 to channel 2
board.writeAnalogAll([50 120]) % write to both channels
% access digital channel
data = board.readDigital(1); % read channel 1
board.writeDigital(l, 0); % write 0 to channel 1
% access counters (via digital channels)
board.readCounter(1) % get # of pulses on channel 1
board.resetCounter(1) % reset counter on channel 1
MathWorks Classroom Resources Team (2019). MATLAB Support Package for Velleman K8055/VM110 Experiment Board (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/32306-matlab-support-package-for-velleman-k8055-vm110-experiment-board), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
i am a new in using this card please help on the procedure to using this M-Files to setup and to interface with this card
The package works perfectly, but if you need to use it with Matlab 64-bits then you'll have to make a few changes.
See this post :
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