May 6, 2004

System commands vi

When using Keithley 6430 System Commands.vi as a sub-vi, remember to select a system function, otherwise you may not be doing what you think you are doing. Earlier, I mentioned that switching autozero to disable was not making a difference. That was because I did not select the correct system function "Autozero Control". When I finally did that, the time between data points dropped to 1.9 ms. Woo hoo, >500 Hz. A lot of the included vi's are tricky in this way. Just because you send a value into the vi doesn't mean that it will get set. You really need to open up the vi and take a look at what it is doing.

Posted by torque at May 6, 2004 4:38 PM | TrackBack
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