It allows real-time human-machine interfaces to be created quickly and linked to the real-time interface with ease.
Its intuitive drag-and-drop editing capability ensurers engineers can quickly connect to many sources of data on a PC, network database via TCP/IP, USB, or CCP, or to CAN, Real-Time Simulink or RCP hardware. Test can be easily developed using its VBScript, Jscript, and Python scripting capabilities.
VISUALCONNX for Simulink Real-Time (xPC Target)
VISUALCONNX Developer is a tool for creating test interfaces for Simulink Real Time (formerly xPC Target), to build graphical interfaces for Ethernet-connected, real-time Simulink models running on a PC. Simulink Real Time is a software product from The MathWorks that allows users to cross-compile Simulink models into real-time ‘C’ code using Simulink Coder. Using VISUALCONNX Developer with Simulink Real Time is a very quick and efficient way to build real-time models for test, Rapid Control Prototyping, and testing systems.
VISUALCONNX for Multi-CAN connections
With the Multi-CAN connection option, VISUALCONNX Developer can read and simulate nodes on CAN networks. With this option, you can create or import CAN databases and monitor and simulate nodes on a CAN network using one of a number of different vendors’ CAN interfaces, including our own COMMDongle USB range. CAN networks may be simulated using visual dials and instruments or scripting functions to broadcast signals within CAN frames on regular or irregular time intervals.
VISUALCONNX for MICROGen
VISUALCONNX also supports our own MICROGen Rapid Control Prototyping System for model download, tuning and diagnostics purposes, providing a highly productive development and test experience. The MICROGen system uses CCP to interface to the real-time model for model download, upload of logged data and diagnostics. If preferred, user interfaces can be designed to use the VISUALCONNX MultiCAN connection, which supports CAN databases both in the MICROGen model and the GUI. VISUALCONNX supports both re-flashing of the Simulink model and the bootcode via the CAN bus.