However when the voltages around 4. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Thousands of instrument drivers, including the driver for the Agilent A, are available for free download from ni. This document introduces the instrument driver and also discusses an alternative hardware option to the A that can add speed and sensor compatibility to your PC-based measurement system, depending on your application. For resources that outline the fundamentals of this industry-standard development environment, please refer to the links at the end of this section.
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The programme works fine and I receive a text data after logging. Message 7 of As outlined above, using the A with a LabVIEW instrument driver creates a useful PC-based virtual instrumentation system for acquiring, analyzing, and presenting test data. Message 5 of This application initializes communication with the A, takes 10 voltage readings from each channel in the scan list, and finally ends communication and checks for errors.
But both together is not working the way I want to. I would like to here your recommendation about this subject. Hundreds of functional blocks for analysis, signal processing, and mathematics are built-in to the environment, making LabVIEW a smart choice for manipulating raw data collected with the A.
The logging you have inside the loop makes no sense. Then, with the example running, the user can toggle any LED in the array to open or close a matrix cross point on the A module.
A/A LabView Programming Examples | Keysight (formerly Agilent’s Electronic Measurement)
Do I really have to use a While Loop or is there a function I don’t know yet? They only get updated once and you keep writing stale data. Introduction to the A Instrument Driver An instrument driver is a set of software routines that control a programmable instrument. I want them to be parallelized and continuous. Could you give me some advice?
A basic program using the or would go something like this.
Thanks again for your help. But it seems as if LabVIEW records the channels step by step and there are always about 5s between two different temperatures or voltages for each channel. Message 2 of Okay I got it. It displays the acquired data on a agilenr panel indicator not pictured. I copied that from a VI I created some months ago and didn’t really know how to put them together.
34970A/34972A LabView Programming Examples
In Figure 3, we show the block diagram of a sample application created with these VIs. Because creating crisp graphical user interfaces in LabVIEW is easy, we could have also chosen to visualize the data in a chart or graph. Turn on Context Help and read the function descriptions. Message 4 of Even my data logging part works well. Since peak detection is one of the analysis functions available in LabVIEW, we can easily add that functionality to our application.
Ailent am pretty sure that I have to use a While Loop but I don’t know where to put it.
If you are looking for an easy way to increase the speed, sensor support, and channel count of your test and measurement system then you may want consider adding NI CompactDAQ hardware to your setup. Thousands of instrument drivers, including the driver for the Agilent A, are available for free albview from ni.
The logging part seemed wrong for me too. NI CompactDAQ combines USB device detection, built-in signal conditioning, direct sensor and signal connectivity, hot-swappable modules, and automatic module configuration to make a simple, complete, cost-effective data acquisition system all in one small platform.