WOLFRAM SYSTEMMODELER

RadioButtonSource

Boolean signal source that mimics a radio button

Wolfram Language

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SystemModel["Modelica.Blocks.Sources.RadioButtonSource"]
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Information

This information is part of the Modelica Standard Library maintained by the Modelica Association.

Boolean signal source that mimics a radio button: Via a table, a radio button is pressed (i.e., the output 'on' is set to true) and is reset when an element of the Boolean vector 'reset' becomes true. If both appear at the same time instant, setting the button according to the table has a higher priority as resetting the button. Example:

  RadioButtonSource start(buttonTimeTable={1,3}, reset={stop.on});
  RadioButtonSource stop (buttonTimeTable={2,4}, reset={start.on});

The "start" button is pressed at time=1 s and time=3 s, whereas the "stop" button is pressed at time=2 s and time=4 s. This gives the following result:

RadioButtonSource.png

This example is also available in Modelica.Blocks.Examples.Interaction1

Parameters (1)

buttonTimeTable

Value: {0, 1}

Type: Time[:] (s)

Description: Time instants where button is pressed

Inputs (1)

reset

Default Value: {false}

Type: Boolean[:]

Description: Reset button to false, if an element of reset becomes true

Connectors (1)

on

Type: BooleanOutput

Components (1)

table

Type: BooleanTable

Used in Examples (1)

Interaction1

Modelica.Blocks.Examples

Demonstrates the usage of blocks from Modelica.Blocks.Interaction.Show