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Arduino-Simulink upon Arduino reset

Asked by Stephen Kramer on 11 Mar 2016
Latest activity Commented on by Madhu Govindarajan on 20 Oct 2017
Hello, Just completing the example for the Arduino-Simulink support package for running in external mode:
I noticed when the usb is disconnected from the board the program continues to run on the board, also if you select the disconnect option from the code menu, as expected. However once the Arduino is running independently the program does not restart if you press the Arduino reset button like it does with normal Arduino sketch uploads. Is this expected when using the Matlab Arduino connection? Is there actually uploaded code on the board that can be restarted upon reset? If so how can you do that? Thanks.

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Answer by Madhu Govindarajan on 19 Oct 2017

If you follow this documentation page - https://www.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/arduino/ug/run-model-on-arduino-hardware.html, you should be able to restart the model by just pressing on the reset button.

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That's the problem exactly - the board does not restart after pressing reset, after disconnecting from the PC.
Even if you deploy the code to the hardware instead of external mode?

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