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Remote operation Keithley Instruments Test Script Processor TSP enabled instruments operate like conventional instruments by responding to a sequence of commands sent by the controller. You can send individual commands to the TSP-enabled instrument the same way you would using any other instrument. Unlike conventional instruments, TSP-enabled instruments can execute automated test sequences independently, without a controller.
You can load a series of remote commands into the instrument and store these commands as a script that can be run later by sending a single command message to the instrument.
You do not have to choose between using conventional control or script control. You can combine these forms of instrument control in the way that works best for your particular test application. It is capable of running code written in a scripting language called Lua.
Lua is referred as the Test Scripting Language for this instrument. What is a script? A script is a collection of instrument control commands and programming statements. Scripts that you create are referred to as user scripts. Your scripts can be interactive. Interactive scripts display messages on the front panel of the instrument to prompt the operator to enter parameters. There is a huge collection of remote commands to control the instruments. It is classified in groups according to their functions or in alphabetical order.
In contrast to text- based programming languages, where instructions determine program execution, LabVIEW uses dataflow programming, where the flow of data determines execution. The user interface is known as the front panel.
You then add code using graphical representations of functions to control the front panel objects. The block diagram contains this code. In some ways, the block diagram resembles a flowchart. Why Labview? Labview is an integral part of virtual instrumentation because it provides an easy-to-use application development environment designed specifically with the needs of engineers and scientists in mind. LabVIEW offers powerful features that make is easy to connect to a wide variety of hardware and other software.
We can customize front panels with knobs, buttons, dials and graphs to emulate control panels of traditional instruments, create custom test panels, or visually represent the control and operation of processes.
Labview Program to Control Keithley 2612A
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