Message 7 of There is a template for a DMM. If you run into problems with code, post the code here and we can help. That is how a driver should be written now. Message 6 of It doesn’t implement any commands the K uses, and it contains a bunch of SCPI commands that do not work for the K! As the comment says, in order to turn on SRQ for data available, you have to send the string ‘SM’.
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Message 7 of But you can use it, see here drivers I got from this forum. That piece of junk driver for the is much more complicated than a more modern driver.
If you run into problems with code, post the code here and we can help.
Message 8 of There are many other drivers there that you can look at for inspiration. As the comment says, in order to turn on SRQ for data available, you have to send the string ‘SM’.
If you just hit READ, it will timeout. I have altered the driver to reflect this. 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. It doesn’t implement any commands the K uses, and it contains a bunch of SCPI commands that do not work for the K! Message 1 of For me modes 0, 6 or 7 work with K It’s probably something I can look up in the manual, but if I don’t know whart the number is for, then I can’t go look it up.
That’s really one of the worst examples you could have picked to base your driver on. As you said the model is old and doesn’t recognize the standard command “IDN? Does anyone have a clue of what is happening? Don’t see why you would need to look those up in the HP manual.
Theo En De Rest — Working with Keithley / and Labview
Basic instrument functions but the commands are old non-SCPI and unique. Why it only works in the 3.
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. There is a LabWindows driver for theyou coud try converting that to LabVIEW using the conversion tools mention on the driver page.
Since oeithley Friday I dusted off my old Keithley and plugged it in. I am unsure about how that string is built and what it refers to.
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The SW etc is something you may or may not need to implement and understanding it is quite simple. There is a template for a DMM. Hi I beg to differ.
Question on creating a driver. I would suspect that this is the name or address of the device.
Instrument Control (GPIB, Serial, VISA, IVI)
It used the stacked sequence structure, the address is hard coded labvifw the block diagram, and does not use the VISA functions. Look at the kei I also attached the drive files with.
To clarify question 2: The keithley has a filter button as well, can I just name the true and false strings FL1 and FL0 as well or do I need to look up in the manual the correct way to call those functions? You will have to manually setup the gpib address labvew setting the dip switches on the back.