The multi line properties take the user input to concatinate a sting to give the correct command to the device. You could ask to have it converted in the conversion forum, but its just as easy to look at the commands and implement them yourself. You can change the termination characters using the button “Configure EOS”. If you want I can send examples to test with all of the above. Another thing that boggles me is that the message erros says: Message 3 of
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Keithley ke181 Meter
I would suspect that this is the name or address of the device. Basic instrument functions but the commands are old non-SCPI and unique. So if you send a an X it executes all the commands it has just received.
And I will look at the kei Message 6 of Message 8 of Yes, all of those strings are unique to the HP instrument. Message 1 of There is a LabWindows driver for theyou coud try converting that to LabVIEW using the conversion tools mention on the driver page. Don’t see why you would need to look those up in the HP manual.
And yes, if you have a filter function on the Keithley, you need to look up it’s unique command syntax. Hi I beg to differ. You will have to manually setup the gpib address by setting keithlej dip switches on the back.
What were your settings? There are many other drivers there that you can look at for inspiration.
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To clarify question 2: Awesome, thanks a bunch! If you care about filtering, damping, autozeroing, measuring voltage in the nV – V range you will be sorely disappointed.
It looks more like a default driver template that could 1181 used to create a driver for the K Command strings for the Keithley are going to be be built on the syntax description in it’s manual. I beg to differ.
Message 3 of I’ve double checked already. There is a template for a DMM. Message 2 of DLL to this messaege. That’s really one of the worst examples you could have picked to base your driver on. It accepts the “R5” command and returns a reading ekithley I keitthley, but it didn’t change the setting. Message 10 of Anyways, I picked the HPA driver to model mine off of because 1 it works and I know this because I have an HPA sitting right next to my keithley and 2 the driver is simple, and I have been just learning labview so don’t want to start with anything too complicated.
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I am unsure about how keighley string is built and what it refers to. I believe there is a specific way to send the string to this equipment that I not able figure out yet.
But you can use it, see here drivers I got from this forum. Accepted by topic author pedroks. You are writing a driver for a Keithley and would need to look up the commands for the measurement function, range, etc. The multi line properties take the user input to concatinate a sting keithleg give the correct command to the device.