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Issue in connecting sub VI programs through the main program

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Please explain in detail how to debug this error.

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Hi ymanglik,

 

use probes, single stepping and highlighting

Best regards,
GerdW


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ymanglik2009@gmail.com wrote:

Please explain in detail how to debug this error.


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Sorry for the previous mistake..........Now last time I want your help. As I have already made program of keithley 2410 for source V and Current I and it is woking also but when I give negative range of voltage so it returns "parameter out of range error".

So can you please tell me which command I should use to set voltage range. Here is the attached block diagram.

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Hi ymanglik,

 

I'm sure the answer is to be found in the user manual of your K2410…

Best regards,
GerdW


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yes It is given like this:

 

:SOUR:VOLT:STAR <n>

:SOUR:VOLT:STOP<n>

 

For 2410 <n> = -1.05 to 1.05 Set I source level

                     = -1100 to 1100  set V-source level

                     = DEFault 0A or  0V

                     = MINimum -1.05A or -1100V

                     = MAXimum +1.05A or +1100V

 

Now I am not getting what should be right on the place of <n> because If I give :SOUR:VOLT:STAR -1100 & :SOUR:VOLT:STOP 1100 then it is giving numeric data error. So please tell me.

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Sorry on the places of smiley I wrote command letter S.

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Your code is pretty badly written and it seems you are getting an instrument specific error. Please use the VISA test panel to test each command separately before writing anything in LabVIEW. You need to debug what commands are correct and what commands are not correct first.
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Hi Dennis,

 

debugging is not ymanglik's best qualification… 🙂

Best regards,
GerdW


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Hello GerdW,

 

No-one is perfect in starting to learn something. Everyone needs help.

 

 

 

 

 

Regards

ymanglik

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