Here is the working version. Message 3 of 5. How did you know 15 bytes is the minimum read? O I thought that if VI is included in the code it is physically included. Ill have to look for that.
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This information comes from the programming manual.
Instrument Control (GPIB, Serial, VISA, IVI)
Most Active Software Boards: Here is the working version. It outputs in the output string as I hoped!
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Agilent Technologies / Keysight Technologies 3478A
When I run the program, the error 0 will happen. I suggest you develop a sequence of buttons that you press to take the measurement, then code in that sequence and verify that is works correctly.
Message 2 of 5. Second, the reason you have to read 15 bytes is because that is how long a standard data response is. The read is not returning the status result.
And unfortunately the result is 0 which seems incorrect or meaningless. Mikeporter’s suggestion worked perfectly!
This could affect your program if it contains time outs. Above is the excerpt from the programmers manual by HP.
Solved: Query GPIB Connection – Discussion Forums – National Instruments
They are mainly made to use NI hardware. Since HP A is made before or in so that it can not support Proud to say that I’ve progressed beyond knowing just enough to be dangerous. To avoid this, it is suggested that you send the following sequence of commands: Message 6 of 8. I am tryinng to get the data from the analyzer now. Once the data is read out, labvew into an array, you can use the “array to lbview file. First, this is the register I want to read. Message 6 of Hpp3562a runs fine, however as you can see above, I have to hardcode in “15” in order to reach the end of the output.
Message 4 of Just one last question: 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.
HPA Dynamic Signal Analyzer – Discussion Forums – National Instruments
O I thought that if VI is included in the code it is physically included. Continue that conversation in the thread you already started on that topic. Message 7 of 8. The numeric format it uses has 15 characters. Message 4 of 8.
First, you are talking to an HP instrument so it labvieq all together possible perhaps even likely that the instrument has a bug in it. I simply write a program and try to get communication in Lab View with Hp A. Could you explain or link me to more information on how the read actually gets the results?
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