Multiboard Extension for SIMLAB
With this extension, up to 16 SIMLAB boards can be used simultaneously without any performance degradation.
Normal Mode Soft Real-Time Library for SIMLAB
This extension pack enables the existing SIMLAB boards to work in normal mode without Real-Time Workshop (renamed as Matlab Coder and Simulink Coder in Matlab R2011a and later) and Real-Time Windows Target (renamed as Simulink Desktop Real-Time in Matlab R2015a and later) under both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. It gives soft real-time performance far superior than that of Real-Time Windows Target or Simulink Desktop Real-Time in normal mode.
- Soft real-time performance in normal mode under 32-bit and 64-bit Windows XP or later
- Requires only Matlab and Simulink (Real-Time Workshop, Matlab Coder, Simulink Coder, Real-Time Windows Target and Simulink Desktop Real-Time are not required)
- Works with a USB port
- I/O blocks have exactly the same functionality
If you would like to try this software, please click on simlabt2012a.exe to download the trial version of this software (includes only Analog Input and Analog Output blocks) for Matlab R2012a (also compatible with Matlab R2007b through Matlab R2022b). Please execute it and follow the on-screen instructions for installation. If you install this version in a different folder, you can use this version and your existing one concurrently. This version of the SIMLAB software requires the runtime components of Visual C++ Libraries. If you do not have Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package or Visual C++ 2008 installed on your computer, please download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (vcredist_x86.exe for 32-bit Windows and vcredist_x64.exe for 64-bit Windows) before using the library blocks. The package includes a simple test model (test.mdl) for illustration. Please enter the following in your Matlab command window >> T=(sampling period, eg., 0.001), >> S=(stop time, e.g., inf), >> com=(your com port number, e.g., 5), and connect B0 to A0 on the SIMLAB board before running this model.