KEITHLEY 181 LABVIEW DRIVER DOWNLOAD
That piece of junk driver for the is much more complicated than a more modern driver. So went I hit “Communicate with instrument” I receive an error message right away or I receive a voltage measurement info don’t know why. That’s why I tried going directly to drivers. Command strings for the Keithley are going to be be built on the syntax description in it’s manual. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Autozero is the string ‘ZI’. I would suspect that this is the name or address of the device.
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Message 1 of Message 4 of I don’t have the time to search but it was converted for me from a Labwindows driver, on this very forum. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
I’m not sending Read commands yet.
You are writing a driver for a Keithley and would need to look up the commands for the measurement function, range, etc. It doesn’t implement any commands the K uses, and it contains a bunch of SCPI commands that do not work for lqbview K!
Message 7 of Message 7 of Does anyone have a clue of what is happening?
Look at the kei You can change the termination characters using the button “Configure EOS”. That piece of junk driver for the is much more complicated than a more modern driver.
Keithley Nanovoltmeter – Instrument Driver – National Instruments
I would suspect that this is the name or address of the device. But you can use it, see here drivers I got from this forum. Message 10 of The Labviea only sends a reading in reply to receiving a command. The switches behind the Keithley are also in the correct position. If that still doesn’t work for you then this code and see what you get.
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Are the addresses the same? You will have to manually setup the gpib address by setting the dip switches on the back. I don’t need the driver to be complicated, and I don’t need it to be a commercial product that I can sell, I just want it to work.
You have 2 instruments, so you should see them both listed. So back to my questions: I have never tried to create my own driver before, but the HP driver I have is not very complicated, so it’s been fairly easy to modify the driver, but since I’m new to this, there are a couple of things that I am not sure about.
Instrument Control (GPIB, Serial, VISA, IVI)
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results keiyhley suggesting possible matches as you type. And yes, if you have a filter function on the Keithley, you need to look up it’s unique command syntax. Fun with old interfaces! Don’t see why you would need to look those up in the HP manual. Message 6 of Awesome, thanks a bunch! There is a template for a DMM.
It may not suit all your needs but combined with the manual that Jeff Bohrer found for you, it can be a jumping off point in your development. Back in the day they had a hard time getting up to baud on serial interfaces and the processors wern’t too quick either so they used short mnemonics to keep the interface responsive.
Message 1 of The SW etc is something you may or may not need to implement and understanding it is quite simple. So if you send a an X it executes all the commands it has just received.