Flexible Encoder Source Phase Trigger

This block executes when a tooth is observed on a source that has been enabled to report phase. Commonly the model would use this trigger to read the Last Source Phase. Could also be used with the Last Source Phase Estimate block.

Block ID

Flexible Encoder Source Phase Trigger




Block Parameters

Parameter Field Values Comments/Description
Trigger Name Alpha-numeric text, single-quote enclosed Set the text that will be appended to code generated function name. This is useful when using a difference tool to compare the difference from one build to another. If this is left as an empty cell the appended value will be generated at build time, and can change from build to build.
Reference Source Name Alpha-numeric text, quote enclosed The name of the Absolute Source or Companion Source that this block is to issue phase triggers for. 
Execution Order within Task Numeric (Integer) More than one trigger may be placed in a model that is driven by the same event. Use the Execution Order within Task attribute to define the execution order of these triggers relative to one another. The triggers will execute from the lowest Execution Order within Task value to the highest.

Only triggers with the same Trigger Tasking Priority will be guaranteed to execute in the defined order. See the Control Core Tasking help topic for more information.
This trigger is inside another triggered subsystem Check Box (enable) Enable if trigger is inside another triggered subsystem. Trigger attempts to simulate the block inside of another triggered rate, when the rate is periodic. The most common reason to enable is to place a background periodic task inside of a foreground periodic task, or vice versa. The trigger from this block may occur in bursts, synchronized to the outer rate, while simulating, but will perform as expected on the target. Do not enable on top-level triggers, otherwise the block will not simulate at all.
Trigger even when containing subsystem is disabled Check Box (enable) If this trigger is used inside of a containing subsystem, normally the triggered subsystem will pause and resume based on the enable/disable status of the containing subsystem. Checking this causes triggers to occur even while the parent is disabled. Note that this feature will not simulate, but will execute correctly on the target.
Trigger Tasking Priority ApplicationInteruptTask
Selects which task priority this trigger will execute in.

Only visible when the option to Specify the name of the task to execute within has not been checked.
Specify the name of the task to execute within Check Box (enable) Check to specify the task rather than specify via the Trigger Tasking Priority dropdown.
Task Name Alpha-numeric text, single quote enclosed The name of the task that this trigger will be executed within.

Only visible when the option to Specify the name of the task to execute within has been checked.