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It’s hard to tell the exact era from the picture but it looks like its in the GPIB era.
Submit a new link. Only slightly less screwed on reading the disk and data on it. It seems so simple until you find out all the little problems with extracting the data a normal way.
hpa GPIB through LabView write but no read
If you are laview posting pictures or videos with no further write-up, please use the ‘Gallery’ tag. If you use it as intended, you’ll be in great shape, but if you do something weird and sideways, like write your own DLL and try to shove all the logic in there, and just lwbview calls into it occasionally, it’s going to bite you in the ass. General Electronic engineering-related posts that don’t fall into any other category.
And then there’s the filesystem labviee. Not sure if the software can read any of the HP formats, I’m just amazed I still remember what it’s called: These things are built to last. Then have some sample code I think that comes with the software.
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That’s an extremely new interface. But in the end your still sending text string commands. Thought I broke it. If not I’ll go back to the cleaner, easier labfiew I have never worked with the machines that you guys are talking about, and I never will, but as someone who works in a lab with some ancient equipment I can say with authority that posts like this are what makes the internet a little better every day. And on top of that, it’s a binary file format and it’s pre-IEEE floating point.
The hell did you expect? And not even the newest versions of this: Maybe since this was a later model they finally wised up? The interface was via GPIB.
Submit a new text post. I did some research over the summer using one of these. Which are also obsolete and discontinued because they still didn’t fix these problems entirely.
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He basically said “we only want a limited range of very new equipment”. It also uses non-IEEE 4-btye and 3-byte kabview. It’s a huge industry, you’ve heard of labview haven’t you? We were using a simple console C program, to run various automated sweeps, and getting the data from the machine, and outputing to a text file for analyzing in Origin. Semiconducter Parameter Analyzer not labvkew Notes: The connection software that comes with it, polls the USB and recognizes the device.
How do you like it? It will do everything you need.
The auto scheduler feature of Teststand looks awesome since writing a test scheduler is a project coming up soon for me and I see it doesn’t care what programming language you use. If labiew can boot to Linux, this might be helpful.