SIMULINK Arduino Nano Every Support
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I’m working on a project that will explore the use of HIL (Hardware In the Loop) simulation for a rocket flight control system. I want to make use of Simulink’s hardware support for Arduinos by developing the flight control model in Simulink and uploading it to an Arduino. I then want to have a model of the simulated environment running in Simulink that communicates with the Arduino and spoofs the sensor data that the flight controller would have access to when in a real flight.
I was planning on using the Arduino Nano Every for my project but discovered that Simulink doesn’t seem to support it. It does however support the Nano 3. I believe the Nano Every uses the ATMega4809 processor while the Nano 3 uses the ATMega328. I’ve tried searching for a community made hardware support package within Simulink but to no avail.
I’m willing to downgrade from the Every to the Nano 3 if necessary, but I’m really keen to hear anyone’s suggestions as to how I can get Simulink to communicate with the Every. Alternatively, if someone has information relating to if/when Simulink will have support for the Every I would really appreciate it.
Thanks very much,
Arun Kumar on 22 Mar 2021
Nano Every is not supported by Simulink support package for Arduino Hardware and there is no simple way to add support as well.
My suggestion would be to use Arduino Nano 3.0.
Is there any reason for preferring Nano Every over Nano 3.0?