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Target Output, Digital


Unlike the other I/O components in this library, the digital target output is not only for signal routing. It allows outputting predefined events that can be triggered by an acquisition in ScopeView. This component has a very similar mask to the circuit breaker, whereas multiple events can be predefined and applied to any or all four I/O sensor outputs. The general operation can also be enabled or disabled to facilitate varying the test cases. When disabled, the predefined steady-state conditions apply.

The Task mapping connector serves only the purpose of connecting this component to a network task in order to be computed together with it. This is used as an optimization mean when the computational load is high.

Table of Contents

Mask and Parameters

  • Description: Use this field add all kinds of information about the component
  • Time units: All timings in the component use this unit (seconds, milliseconds or cycles)
  • Operation status: Enable or disable general operation whenever an acquisition is started with ScopeView
  • Steady-state condition: Initial state for all 4 signals (ON/OFF)
  • Base frequency: Used to calculate timings if the unit Cycles is selected (Hz)
  • Enable(1..8): Enable or disable specific commands whenever an acquisition is started with ScopeView
  • Type (f,i,u):
    • Fixed: fixed time of operation at each acquisition; default type when when not specified
      • Syntax: f:time (e.g. f:0.2 or simply 0.2)
    • Incremental: range of times with a fixed increment at each acquisition; goes back to initial time when the maximum is reached
      • Syntax: i:initial time / final time / time increment (e.g. i:0.1/0.2/0.01)
    • Uniform: random time in a uniform distribution at each acquisition
      • Syntax: u:minimal time / maximal time (e.g. u:0.1/0.2)
  • Referenced component:
    • To link the operation of the command on a breaker operation time or another digital output component, specify the component_name
    • If the component is located in a subcircuit, use this syntax: subcircuit_name.component_name
  • Referenced time: Time (T1, T2, ...) to refer to in the referenced component
  • DO operated: Output signals to be operated when the conditions are met

Ports, Inputs, Outputs and Signals Available for Monitoring


  • Task mapping: Connect this port to a network task in order to be computed together with it


  • None


  • None


  • CMD(01..04): All four output events can be monitored

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