Message 8 of This could affect your program if it contains time outs. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Does anyone know what am I doing wrong? They are mainly made to use NI hardware. Thanks for you suggestion. Accepted by topic author MrHappyAsthma.

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If you use the assistant, you will have to manually enter all labiew the commands into the assistant and then almost certainly do a lot of debug. Does anyone know what am I doing wrong? Message 4 of Message 6 of 8. Am I doing something wrong? They are mainly made to use NI hardware.

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You are a champion. Everything seems to be working except for the read. Hp352a avoid this, it is suggested that you send the following sequence of commands: Unless you are very familiar with the instrument and the command language, you will probably be better off using the driver. That is why I was using Auto 0 thing. Message 5 of 5.


Instrument Control (GPIB, Serial, VISA, IVI)

Most Active Software Boards: Then there are commands to read out the data. Below is the part of the program.

Here is the working version. Neither the driver or the assistant will give you the ability to save files. I use VISA functions to simply write another program. Thanks for you suggestion. How did you know 15 bytes is the minimum read?

hp3562q Revised inis IEEE National Instruments doesn’t support it but it is listed as compatible for so it may take care of some of the incompatibilities you’re seeing.

Here are my results: Accepted by topic author MrHappyAsthma. Message 3 of 8.

It runs fine, however as you can see above, I have to hardcode in “15” labvieww order to reach the end of the output. Second, the reason you have to read 15 bytes is because that is how long a standard data response is. As you can see, the “eoi” field meaning end of output string is set in the status.


Message 4 of 8. Here is how I mask the hp356a If you look in the manual for the device you will find a place where it describes the default response to a read. And unfortunately the result is 0 which seems incorrect or meaningless. O I thought that if VI is included in the code it is physically included. I expect 15 bits about 2 bytes of information, however I am required to read 15 bytes before reaching the end of the output string with GPIB Read.

Most Active Software Boards: This could affect your program if it contains time outs.