Applications

Measurement and Calibration

If your hardware has inputs you can use  20-sim 4C to perform measurements. Simply create a model that will read these inputs and run this model on the hardware. From 20-sim 4C you can inspect the variables of the model, log them and store the results on file. You can expand your model with multiplications, offsets, integrals and many more calculations to convert your inputs into the right units.

Signal Generation 

If your hardware has outputs, you can use  20-sim 4C to build signal generators. Start with the creation of a model that generates the proper output signals and run this model on the hardware. From 20-sim 4C you can start and stop the signal generator and set the sample frequency.

Machine Control

If your hardware has both inputs and outputs, you can use 20-sim 4C for control. You start with the creation of a model that reads the input signals, compares them with setpoint and then generates the proper output signals. If you run this model on the hardware, you can use it to control machines and systems. From 20-sim 4C you can start and stop the controller and change its parameters.

Rapid Prototyping

In 20-sim you can build the models that will be deployed on hardware by 20-sim 4C. The process does not require much time and does not require any programming knowledge. This allows a quick iteration of model design and validation on hardware and thus is a fine example of rapid prototyping.

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