- From the Simulink toolstrip, select Debug > Information Overlays > Units. Run the scope again and the unit should show up as a label on the Y-axis, assuming you have set the outport units.
- From the Scope window toolbar, select the Configuration Properties button. Select the Display tab. In the Y-label box, enter a title for the y-axis followed by (%<SignalUnits>). For example, enter Velocity (%<SignalUnits>). This will set the label the same as the unit of the signal passed to the scope block. Click OK or Apply.
Changing units on scope in Simulink/Simscape
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I would like for the displayed units on the scope to be in US units. In my specific instance, position and velocity in "in" and "in/s" respectively. I am using Simscape blocks in a mass-spring-damper system and I have already changed the units for each of those elements, but I cannot figure out how to change the units on the scope.
Govind KM 2023-6-2
You can display the units on the axes of the scope in two ways :
You can go through the 'Show Signal Units on a Scope Display' section of this documentation site as well : https://in.mathworks.com/help/simulink/ug/scope-block-tasks.html