KEITHLEY 181 LABVIEW DRIVER
I’ve double checked already. Message 10 of So looking at the manual there’s an “X” command, which says Execute other commands. 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. It simply resets the instrument to the default state and then the instrument responds to with a reading from the V scale with 2 sig fig. I am unsure what this number refers to. Message 6 of
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Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Accepted by topic author pedroks. If you want I can send examples to test with all of the above.
Keithley ke181 Meter
And I will look at the kei As you said the model is old and doesn’t recognize the standard command “IDN? You will need to learn them, and also how to setup the instrument for communications.
Message 7 of If you use the ” Read Single. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results keithoey suggesting possible matches as you type.
But what concerns me now is that even though you couldn’t change the Range by writing “R5” from the NI-MAX, you were able to send successfully the command without receiving “timeout condition” erros messages.
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Message 8 of It looks more like a default driver template that could be used to create a driver for the K 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 keighley to look up in the manual the correct way to call those functions?
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.
Don’t see why you would need to look those up in the HP manual. It accepts the “R5” command and returns a reading if I query, but it didn’t change the setting.
Instrument Control (GPIB, Serial, VISA, IVI)
At the least it will show you how Keithley does their messaging. And yes, if you have a filter function on the Keithley, you need to look up it’s unique command syntax. You can change the termination characters using the button “Configure EOS”.
You could ask to have it converted in the conversion forum, but its just as easy to look at the commands and implement them labvies. Why it only works in the 3. 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. Yes, all of those strings are unique to the HP instrument.
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. Fun with old interfaces! Another thing that boggles me is that the message erros says: Message 9 of It doesn’t implement any commands the K uses, keithleyy it contains a bunch of SCPI commands that do not work for the K!
There is a template labvied a DMM. That piece of junk driver for the is much more complicated than a more modern driver. It used the stacked sequence structure, the address is hard coded on the block diagram, and does not use the VISA functions.
Question on creating a driver.
Keithley Nanovoltmeter – Instrument Driver – National Instruments
What were your settings? Does anyone have a clue of what is happening? I have altered the driver to reflect this. Command strings for the Keithley are going to be be built on the syntax description in it’s manual. Message 3 of