|Name||Specifies the name of the circuit model.|
|Description||Specifies a description for the circuit model.|
|Circuit Model File Path||Specifies the path to the circuit model file on disk. When a file path is added or modified, the model file is parsed and VeriStand channels are created corresponding to the Source, Switch, and Measurement components defined in the circuit model. Component configuration settings are set to their default states.|
|Reload||Parses the currently specified circuit model and updates the VeriStand channels. Components whose names have not changed retain their previously configured settings, while new or modified components are reset to the default state. Components that are no longer part of the model are removed.|
|Clear||Removes the currently loaded circuit model. When a circuit model is cleared, the corresponding Source, Switch, and Measurement sections are deleted from the Configuration Tree and all related mapping configuration settings are removed.|
|Timestep (s)||Specifies the Timestep of the circuit model. A value of 0 means the model will execute at the speed of the Minimum Timestep (s).|
|Unapplied Circuit Model File ChangesWhen ON, indicates that Warning|
If the file at Circuit Model File Path has been modified on disk since the circuit model was last loaded.
, the following warning message is displayed:
Circuit model file has been modified on disk.
Click Reload to ensure that the currently loaded model is up to date with the version on disk. Reloading the modelsets the Unapplied Circuit File Changes indicator back to OFF
clears the warning message.
|Scenarios File Path|
Specifies the path to the Scenarios file on disk.
Creates a new Scenario template file with the name and path specified in Scenarios File Path. The specified file must have the extension .xls.
|Use Scenarios?||Enables the Scenarios feature in eHS. When enabled, the Scenario ID channel is added to the Configuration Tree.|
Minimum Timestep (s)
|Displays the smallest timestep at which the eHS Solver can simulate the circuit model. eHS will run the simulation at this timestep by default, unless a larger timestep is specified in the Timestep (s) field.|
|Number of Scenarios Used||Displays the number of Scenarios defined in the currently loaded Scenarios file.|
|Maximum Number of Scenarios||Displays the maximum number of scenarios that can be configured in the Scenarios file.|
|Refresh||Reanalyzes the circuit model file to refresh the information displayed under Model Information.|