Message 9 of Since this is an executable and I am unable to view the Block Diagram, I cannot troubleshoot the code. This may be the source of the warning; the sweep is starting and stopping at 0 A. Message 7 of This voltage sweep function works fine over a resistor, but not over a transistor. Since this is an executable that has been created by Keithley, there is no way that anyone other than Keithley can provide access to the code.
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Message 7 of Also, I would contact Keithley concerning the functionality of the and A. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Kiethley should really invest in updating its drivers and examples. I don’t know if you can setup such a “transistor”measurement!? Message 8 of It is possible that there is some setting that needs to be keiyhley on these particular devices to voltage sweep a resistor versus a transistor. Message 10 of Are you able to take nanovkltmeter voltage sweep on a transistor? You can contact an engineer at Keithley here. Message 4 of Message 6 of Unfortunaltely keithley engineers are strongly committed not to provide the block diagram.
I tried running the program in “Demo mode” with your same settings, and the run was successful, without throwing a 282a. I noticed you selected 0 A for both the current start and stop values.
Keithley Meter – IEEE (GPIB) Driver for LabVIEW – National Instruments
As a side note: It is an example software written by the Keithley. Nudge I like Keithley intsruments but they are going to obsolete themselves if they don’t snap to it and write drivers that work. Good luck in your applications! Message 9 of Nanovoltmetter you tell me exactly what is “auto-test sequence running?
I want to edit the program and make it convenient to me, as I suppose with my limited labview knowledge it will take more time if I strat from scratch. Message 5 of The Keithley driver is not a supported National Instruments driver, but I’ll try to help you the best I can. Thanks for your reply. I am trying to use the “differential conductance mode” in software “KI This voltage sweep function works fine over a resistor, but not over a transistor.
Keithley 2182 Meter
Since this is an executable and I am unable to view the Block Diagram, I cannot troubleshoot the code. As it says in the warning message, you may also want to check the connections of your transistor and verify that it is enough signal to be measured.
At this point, you may want to contact Keithley. For some reason, I was unable to open the data sheets and manuals on Keithley’s website.
Most Active Software Boards: This may be the source of the warning; the sweep is starting and stopping at 0 A. But it seems trying to locate a resistance value for the device under testthat is unable to accomplished on keithkey transistor.
I feel people have written some program like KIx. In my case, I need to plot a 3-D graph which has source-drain voltage Xgate voltage Y and conductance Z. There is no manual of KI