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Powerful, flexible, 6-Slot, GigE, Simulink/RTW target, ideal for HIL applications



UEISIM GigE Cube with 6 I/O slots, includes: Simulink/Simulink Coder software, Linux-based I/O cube, power supply, software, Ethernet/serial cables

  • Simulink applications, compiled Simulink Coder run standalone on the I/O cube
  • Powerful, compact and rugged
  • 4" x 4.4" x 5.8" provides 6 I/O slots
  • Supports up to 5k "loops" per second
  • Ideal for HIL (Hardware-in-the-loop) applications
  • Ideal for development, prototype and production
  • Standard Linux OS (2.6.x Kernel)
  • Flexible: Over 30 I/O boards available including A/D, D/A, Digital I/O, Counter/Timer, Quadrature encoder, Serial, CAN and ARINC 429 communications
  • Support for MATLAB R2017A and R2017B
Powerful, flexible, 6-Slot, GigE, Simulink/RTW target, ideal for HIL applications
Software/Programming: How UEI solutions are used. Hosted - Connected to a PC with Windows, Linux, QNX, VxWorks, RTX, or similar OS. Hosted also is for OPC-UA, Modbus and EtherCAT. Standalone - Controller with Linux or VxWorks OS, Simulink I/O Target or UEILogger. Available options for this product are shown in the drop down menu.
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The UEISIM 600-1G offers an unprecedented combination of flexibility, high performance, low cost and small size (4" x 4" x 6") with Gigabit Ethernet connection speed. Models built in Simulink are deployed directly on the UEISIM using Simulink Coder. The combination creates a powerful new solution in the creation and tuning of many real-time and non-real-time applications. These include simulation model verification, rapid prototyping, and hardware-in-the-loop testing. The UEISIM is rugged, flexible and expandable enough that it is not only a great solution while in your development cycle, it's also the ideal solution for your production hardware.

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 "expandable 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.

Each UEISIM 600-1G Cube contains the PowerPC processor preloaded with the a standard Linux operating system (currently 2.6.x). It also contains dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, serial port, inter-cube sync interface and 6 I/O slots and allows up to 150 analog inputs or 288 DIO channels. The UEISIM uses the same I/O boards as our popular PowerDNA family and includes analog input (with up to 24 bit resolution), analog output (up to 32 channels PER BOARD), digital I/O, Serial and CAN communications, ARINC-429 networking, counter/timer, quadrature encoder input and more. With over 30 different I/O boards available there is sure to be a configuration perfect for your application.

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