The UEISIM 400-MIL Cube, an advanced military/aerospace-specified data acquisition and I/O platform housed in a compact 6.2" x 7.1" x 8.7" chassis. The UEISIM 400-MIL is is designed to meet MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-461 (including all power supply requirements), and supports virtually any input, any sensor, any interface I/O.
The ruggedized chassis is easily configured as a stand-alone I/O controller or embedded, programmed and hardened for integration with high density, multifunction data acquisition systems. Its highly advanced architecture provides users with a simple and universal software API to construct, add and recon- figure applications based upon the I/O layers.
The UEISIM 400-MIL platform is 100% COTS based and supported by UEI's family of over 50 compatible analog, digital and interface I/O boards, including ARINC-429, MIL-1553, CAN, RVDT/LVDT, synchro/resolver, RS-232/422/485, strain gauge, quadrature en- coder, high-voltage analog outputs (up to 115 VDC) with high drive analog output (up to 200 mA) and more. It can Simulink models for actual Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) testing and rapid prototyping while users remotely monitor and tune parameters.
To use the UEISIM simply: a) Build your Simulink application. b) Open MATLAB, and select Simulink/Embedded target for UEISIM. c) Convert your model to use the UEISIM I/O blocks (if you had not used them in your original model). d) Create and executable via Simulink Coder. e) Connect the UEISIM in "external mode" (if you wish to remotely monitor the application while running on the UEISIM). f) Start your simulation. Six easy steps and your simulation is running live on real hardware.
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