Message 4 of I looked on the manual for this error and I cound not find it. You can right click on the error cluster which shows error 6 and select “Explain Error”. I will write Keysight, even though this product I believe to be discontinued, maybe they can offer me some support. Thanks for the feedback.
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Norbert Norbert CEO: Most Active Software Boards: Message 8 of At the same time I get an error on the monitor of D00 What exactly is stopping us from doing labbview Here should be what you are looking for. This is on the B, right? Do you have any experience with this? However I get this error and nothing is showing up not on the equipment neither in the VI interface in LabView. pabview
Did you try other commands which take a longer time to execute? You can right click on the error cluster which shows error 6 and select “Explain Error”. It recognises the equipment by setting it to the default GPIB address Next step I have tried before preparing the probestation was to set for one of the SMUs SMU1 a voltage value and measure the set value using a multimeter. Message 1 of This is where Albview get error D 00 40 where after rading through the pages of the manual I got to the conclusion that D stands for data error, first two characters, xx, stand for X axis, the second set of 2 characters Y axis The only input commands I did were to set up teh channel definition and source setup.
I really labviwe all the feedback I can receive. I will write Keysight, even though this product I believe to be discontinued, maybe they can offer me some support.
Message 2 of Moreover I cannot see the trace of the sweep I expected a trace of 10 MA constant current and voltage ranging from 0 to 1 V not on the monitor of neither on the graph plot of the LabView VI interface. Message 5 of I think there should be somewhere in the block diagrams of the HP B Example. The default error message for error 6 indicates an abort in the GPIB communication.
The data I want to represent is IV curves.
hpa GPIB through LabView write but no read
The VI instrument driver works. Now I can see the measured data on the monitor of the HPB. Hp4145bb detailing a bit more the process do you still think there might be a connection drop out between the GPIB interface and HP?
A small update on the setup definition I use: During this time the multimeter which is connected to SMU1 output of the equipment register the voltage value. I am new to the forum and also new to LabView.
After this I can see the cursor on the bottom of the I V graph on the monitor of the sliding from left to right when settinp a Sweep of Voltage of SMU1 from 0 to 1 V, pts. I am not sure if the Hp1445b Driver for the B adds custom messages.
Error 6 I get it only when pressing “Take Measurement” button. Thanks for the feedback. Message 3 of I will give it a try.