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Simulation model converter: cannont communicate with MATLAB

No, I am not running Matlab during the installation.

 

Anyway, I believe I found the problem: I am installing Simulink Interface Toolkit (SIT) 2011, whereas I am running LabVIEW 2010 SP1.

I could not find SIT 2010.

 

Thank you

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Ok good to hear. I hope it all works ok for you now. If you have any more queries don't hesitate to let me know.

 

Regards

 

David B
Applications Engineer
National Instruments UK
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Well, actually it does not work... I cannot find SIT and Matlab Support 2010 anyware.

Matlab support is not included in the installation DVD, at least not in the Accademic License version.

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Hi Tommpogg,

 

I have spent some time searching and found some information on how to establish the connection to the SIT server. A startup.m file needs to be created in the location:

 

C:\Program Files\MATLAB(your version)\

 

The following lines need to be in the startup.m file:

 

addpath('C:\SimulationInterfaceToolkit\ModelInterface\tmw');

addpath('C:\SimulationInterfaceToolkit\UserInterface');

addpath('C:\SimulationInterfaceToolkit\lib');
NISITServer;

 

When you open up MATLAB, the startup.m file may open but if not you can run it after it opens, you should as a result connect to the SIT server and be able to place the NI Signal Probe.

 

I hope this helps, let me know the result.

 

Regards

 

David B
Applications Engineer
National Instruments UK
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