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How can I stop (freezing) the scope screen Tek MDO 4054C using labview

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How can I stop (freezing) the scope screen Tek MDO 4054C using LabVIEW after a measurement?

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The simplest is to set the trigger mode to be "Single".  Then the scope will stop after the next measurement is complete.  Or you can set the trigger mode to "None".


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As shown in this picture of my code, where should I insert the signal VI?

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Another question, How can run (wake up) the scope after stop it by using 'Single'?

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@ZhouRay200 wrote:

Another question, How can run (wake up) the scope after stop it by using 'Single'?


Just change the trigger mode.  One of the trigger options should be "Continuous" or something like that.


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the figure is part of the code. Not might how to set up a trigger after the measurement, the scope can't wake up? Could you tell which VI should use? Could you give me an example?

 

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At some point you have to become familiar with the equipment you are commanding.  Even better is if you actually know how to use the equipment.  Read the manual, then select the appropriate VIs from the driver set.

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@billko wrote:

At some point you have to become familiar with the equipment you are commanding.  Even better is if you actually know how to use the equipment.  Read the manual, then select the appropriate VIs from the driver set.


Exactly what I was going to say. Assuming you know how to operate this oscilloscope manually, you follow the same basic steps in the same basic order to automate setting up and acquiring a waveform.

 

Also post your code, the actual vi not a picture. As I am betting that flat sequence structure is superfluous. 

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Thanks for your advice, the problem is solved, but not by using a trigger which can't wake up the scope. 

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Problem is solved. The flat sequence structure just for making each part looks clean when I try to design a new code.

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