I didnt notice that.. Message 2 of 3. I have attached one screen shot of driver page that i have installed. Still I am not able to getting you.. You should find the installed VIs either in your user. Then click on the Scan For Instruments.
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If it not present and you are sure it is connected properly. I didnt notice that. Still I am not able to getting you.
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So use the Fluke driver. Message 4 of Message 3 of 3. Message 10 of Message 9 of Message 2 of Hi, You could try a couple of things. But there is a Fluke driver available: Check if address 23 is there and if it is the Fluke A.
You may change the address on the fluke A by refering to the “dip switches” behind the instruments. If other instruments are addressed correctly, then try changing the bus cable to the fluke.
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Make sure its not set for RS interface if it has that capability. You should find the installed VIs either in your user.
Send commands to your Fluke. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Read the manual of your Fluke. I just searched in the IDNet and found no Fluke driver. Message 7 of Ray Farmer Regards Ray Farmer. Message 3 of Re check the Interface settings on the instrument. You dont say if any other instruments are also connected.
I hope it helps. Message 1 of 3. Can someone please guide me as to where the mistake might be, since all the process is automated except the address string which is taken as an input Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Did you read the page shown in your image? So, please guide me in detail or from basic information.
There NI clearly states ” minimum software required: Did you look for a device driver in the Instrument Driver Network? It ffluke requires a valid GPIB address which in my case is Once you have done this you should install the Fluke driver I recommended before and study it’s VIs and examples….