### Discrete Integrator

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The Discrete Integrator block provides discrete time
integration of signals.

**Clock Frequency:** Establishes the integrator step
time = 1/(clock frequency)

**Initial Condition on Reset**: Defines the initial
value of the integrator output upon reset.

**IN:** Indicates integrator input.

**RST****:** Indicates Boolean input. When RST is
high, integrator output is latched to initial condition; otherwise, integration
runs.

**LOLIM:** Defines the lower limit of the integrator
output. Limiting disables further integration in this direction, thus preventing
windup.

**HILIM:** Defines the higher limit of the integrator
output. Limiting disables further integration in this direction, thus preventing
windup.

**Use Higher Precision:** When activated, the Discrete
Integrator block uses trapezoidal integration; when de-activated, it uses
backward rectangular integration.

#### Example

**Diagram name:
**Discrete Integrator

**Location: **Examples > eMotor > Transforms

The Discrete Integrator block can be used to generate
timing pulses. Set IN of the integrator to 1; and set the initial condition to
0. This causes the output of the Discrete Integrator block to ramp with the
output value equal to simulation time. Compare this output to the desired
interval between timing pulses, and feedback the comparator output to the
Discrete Integrator block’s RST. After completing a ramp cycle, the Discrete
Integrator block is reset to 0. HILIM and LOLIM are arbitrary; however, they
must be within the limits of the timing period.