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Thank you very much for the tip! Yes, you will need to “write” the control to the instrument using SCPI commands defined in documentation for the instrument. Post as a guest Name. Goes to show how new I am at this I’m downloading the VISA installer right now, and will keitgley an update once it’s installed.
Instrument Control (GPIB, Serial, VISA, IVI)
Update on specific hardware and snapshots of problem will be uploaded as soon as I get them. I downloaded and installed the keithpey that includes NI MAX and ran it, and found that the serial ports don’t even show up. To build a stand-alone program, is there a place in the build options window that I need to specify these sub-vi’s?
WG- I edited the question adding the script and captures from the front panel and block diagram. WG- 1 9 Has anyone else had this problem before, or better yet, have a solution for it? Sign up using Facebook. The following link is an image from the while loop where I continuously read the value of bit 1.
I load a script on keithley a and then I want labview to wait until leithley instrument has finished running the script. Joe Friedrichsen 1, 12 I tried doing it with loop tunnels their values remain constant.
As I mentioned in the opening post, the program properly controls the source meter while running on the original computer, but it cannot find the device when it is compiled and run on a different computer see attached graphic.
Most Ekithley Hardware Boards: You add the knob control, wire the value to the number-to-string VI http: Email Required, but never shown. Message 1 of 5. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
I thought of trying to set a digio bit and check its value in a while loop.
I don’t have enough reputation points to add images. If you are suspecting a timeout error, why don’t you have a closer look at the error terminal of your keithley vi? Message 4 of 5. Is it possible to put the keitgley button and knob outside the while loop and still get the new value whenever the knob rotates or the button is pressed?
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Value of Numeric control in script, LabView – Stack Overflow
A loop and a subVI have the same run-time constraints — values on their keitbley terminals cannot change while they are executing. Is it possible to use a Numeric Controller – a Knob for example – and use its value in the script to be loaded to the instrument?