6.4.3. Parameters

Table 6.9 provides a description of the configuration parameters for the VEVisualisation component.

Table 6.9. VEVisualisation configuration parameters

Parameter nameDescriptionTypeAllowed valueDefault value
cluster0_nameLabel for cluster 0 performance valuesString Cluster0
cluster1_nameLabel for cluster 1 performance valuesString Cluster1
cpu_nameProcessor name displayed in window titleString  
daughter_led_countSet to nonzero to display up to 32 LEDs. See daughter_leds in Table 6.8.Integer0-320
daughter_user_switch_countSet this parameter to display up to 32 switches. See daughter_user_switches in Table 6.8. Integer0-320
disable_visualisationDisable the VEVisualisation component on model startupBooleantrue/falsefalse
rate_limit-enableRestrict simulation speed so that simulation time more closely matches real time rather than running as fast as possibleBooleantrue/falsetrue
trap_keyTrap key that works with left Ctrl key to toggle mouse displayIntegervalid ATKeyCode key value[a]74[b]
window_titleWindow title (%cpu% is replaced by cpu_name)String Fast Models - CLCD %cpu%

[a] See the header file, %PVLIB_HOME%\components\KeyCode.h, for a list of ATKeyCode values. On Linux, use $PVLIB_HOME/components/KeyCode.h.

[b] This is equivalent to the left Alt key, so pressing Left Alt and Left Ctrl simultaneously toggles the mouse display.


Setting the rate_limit-enable parameter to true (the default) prevents the simulation from running too fast on fast workstations and enables timing loops and mouse actions to work correctly. The overall simulation speed, however, is reduced.

If your priority is high simulation speed, set rate_limit-enable to false.

Copyright © 2008-2013 ARM. All rights reserved.ARM DUI 0423O