NI VeriStand 2019 and Drivers | 9.4 Gb
National Instruments, the provider of platform-based systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world's greatest engineering challenges, is pleased to announce the availability of VeriStand 2019 is configuration-based testing software, allowing you to develop, prototype, and test control systems using hardware I/O and your simulation models.

Ni VeriStand 2019 Release notes - Date: 07.19.2019

Refer to the following list to learn what's new in VeriStand 2019.

VeriStand Editor:
You can now use the VeriStand Editor to control aspects of your project. The UI Manager and Project Explorer windows from previous releases of VeriStand have been combined into one editor. Many of the features of the Project Explorer window can now be accessed through Project Files in the Navigation pane of the VeriStand Editor. The VeriStand Editor also contains the Mapping Diagram to help visualize channel mappings.
Note: You can access the interface from previous versions of VeriStand by launching the VeriStand Project Explorer from the x86\NI\VeriStand 2019 directory.

Mapping Diagram
You can now visualize software mappable points within a VeriStand project with the Mapping Diagram. -This graphical diagram allows you to see all VeriStand channels and the mappings between them.
Groups of mappings between two nodes are automatically bundled into a single wire by default to reduce clutter. If a wire represents multiple mappings, you can select the bundle to see more information in the Configuration pane.
Other features of the Mapping Diagram include the ability to:
- Display aliases and user channels
- Validate and debug mappings

PXI NI Linux RT Support:
You can now deploy System Definition Files to PXI NI Linux RT targets similarly to previously supported targets. Benefits of supporting the NI Linux RTOS include:
- Support for newer compilation tools and advance C++ features
- Support for Linux and other libraries
- Improvement of memory handling and computational power

Custom Device Support
VeriStand 2019 officially supports custom devices. The following table displays custom devices that are supported in VeriStand.
Engine Simulation Toolkit - Provides a configuration-based experience for validating engine control units (ECUs).
Scan Engine and EtherCAT - Supports easily read scanned I/O from C series modules in a CompactRIO or NI 914x EtherCAT chassis. This custom device also supports custom FPGA personalities to be used with a 914x chassis.
SLSC 12201 DIO Module Custom Integrates the SLSC-12201 33 V Digital I/O Conditioning Module into VeriStand.
SLSC EDS Custom Device - Allows any generic SLSC Capabilities file to be used in VeriStand.
Synchronization Custom Device - Synchronizes RT system time and PXI chassis clocks.
These custom devices can be downloaded with VeriStand 2019 using NI Package Manager.

CAN FD Support
VeriStand 2019 supports XNET implementation for the Controller Area Network Flexible Data-Rate (CAN FD) protocol. With a XNET implementation, you can now use databases that support CAN FD and CAN FD with Baud Rate Switching I/O modes. This implementation also allows calculating and using custom baud rates for a CAN interface. For more information on CAN FD, see Understanding CAN with Flexible Data-Rate (CAN FD).

FMI Support
VeriStand now has limited support for the Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) API standard on Windows and PXI LinuxRT. Use the FMI standard to create tool agnostic, portable solutions between modeling and simulation environments. VeriStand enables the configuration and execution of FMI 2.0 CoSimulation models on host and National Instruments Real-Time Linux64 systems.
Note This support requires the Functional Mockup Units (FMUs) to have the proper executable binaries available.

The following items are the IDs and titles of a subset of issues fixed in VeriStand 2019.

- Importing a large number of mappings with the Import Mappings window may cause a .NET exception and fail to import mappings.
- Running and stopping a Stimulus Profile via the LabVIEW API causes a memory leak.
- When UI Manager is used in a VeriStand project, both UI Manager and the Workspace are launched at execution time. There is currently no way to disable this.
- When displaying multiple channels on a Waveform Chart, the chart may update slowly and possibly lose data.
- When using the Model Parameter Manager or Channel Data Viewer with a large number of channels, UI Manager may hang.
- Opening the System Configuration Mappings window may cause Error 1172 and cause all mappings in the window to disappear.
- The VeriStand Engine may crash when a channel in a Real-Time Sequence is faulted.
- Model Parameter Manager shows incorrect initial values for all models except the first model loaded in VeriStand.
- Parameters from LabVIEW clusters do not update when mapped to a UI Manger control.
- When a target is disabled in the System Definition, UI Manager charts may not update with new data.
- UI Manager does not automatically connect to deployed VeriStand projects.
- Initial model parameter values loaded from a file are only applied to the first model loaded in VeriStand.
- The Model Parameter Manager in UI Manager cannot update parameter arrays.
- Using several Waveform Charts in the same UI Manager Project may cause a memory leak.
- The Scan Engine EtherCAT Add-On Scan Interface encoder measurement does not change the timebase when selected.
- CPU Usage may increase when UI Manager is not the software in focus.
- A UI Manager Waveform Chart may not display data when mapped to a waveform task.
- Models do not compile when data types are shared between reference models from The MathWorks, Inc. Simulink software.
- When using a custom device, values set from the UI Manager may be registered twice.
- The VeriStand Engine will crash when running models compiled from the The MathWorks, Inc. Simulink R2017b software or later.

VeriStand is software for real-time test applications, such as stimulus generation, data acquisition, and calculated channels and custom channel scaling.

VeriStand application software helps you configure I/O channels, data logging, stimulus generation, and host communication for NI real-time hardware. You can also import simulation models and control algorithms, respond to events with configurable alarms, and enable test automation with macro recording, TestStand, .NET, and other software. You can interact with and monitor application data, alarm states, and system execution metrics using a run-time editable user interface. Although you don't need programming knowledge, you can also use a variety of software environments such as LabVIEW, ANSI C/C++, Python, and ASAM XIL to add custom functionality to VeriStand.

In this video we show how to set, configure and deploy HIL systems using VeriStand..

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Product: NI VeriStand
Version: 2019 version 19.0.0 (Build and Drivers
Supported Architectures: 32bit / 64bit
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Language: english
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Required Software: *
Size: 9.4 Gb

NI VeriStand supports the following operating systems:
- Windows 7 (SP1) 32-bit
- Windows 7 (SP1) 64-bit
- Windows 8.1 32-bit
- Windows 8.1 64-bit
- Windows 10 32-bit
- Windows 10 64-bit
- Windows Embedded Standard 7 (SP1)
- Windows Server 2008 R2 (SP1) 64-bit
- Windows Server 2012 R2 64-bit
- Memory: 4 GB of RAM
- CPU: Pentium 4 G1 equivalent (Intel i5 equivalent or higher recommended)
Real-Time Targets:
- PXI controller/desktop PC-At least 256 MB of RAM1 2
- CompactRIO/Single-Board RIO-At least 128 MB of RAM1
NI VeriStand has the following requirements:
- (Required) NI-DAQmx software 19.1
- (Required) NI-VISA software 19.0 or later
- (Recommended) NI-RIO 19.1 or later driver software, used by NI FPGA targets
- (Recommended) NI-XNET 19.1 or later driver software, used by NI-XNET vehicle bus interface cards

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