LabVIEW

cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Undefined error Code

I have a LABVIEW code for a tissue testing system where I have 3 load cells and Zaber linear actuators, I am trying to run the code but keeps on giving me an undefined error. I am sure that the load sensor part works separately. I tried it with independent VI, Can you please help me debug this issue? I am kind of stuck here. I have attached the VI too. 

0 Kudos
Message 1 of 5
(418 Views)

Two requests:

  1. Please attach a screen shot of the "undefined error code".
  2. Please re-attach your VI (thank you for attaching it!) after you "save for previous version" and specify LabVIEW 2019 or 2021.  Many of us (including me) work in teams and update LabVIEW every few years, so cannot open a VI saved from LabVIEW 2022.

Bob Schor

0 Kudos
Message 2 of 5
(397 Views)

ALSO: So what was the error code?

(You can tell us the number even if it is undefined. 😄 )

0 Kudos
Message 3 of 5
(336 Views)

Thank you for replying to me. I fixed it, It was some driver and API issues. But, I am encountering another problem here.

 

I have a load cell measurement that gives out the 18 values of force and torque [ F1 ....................F18]. I have another element I want to add to the current array so that the array becomes [F1.................................F18, U19]. I am using the build array function, but it gives me an error in dimension. I am not sure they are in a single line. How to check the dimension? 

 

ATfg_0-1695759415156.png

ATfg_1-1695759774121.png

 

0 Kudos
Message 4 of 5
(249 Views)

Hi ATfg,

 

I have a load cell measurement that gives out the 18 values of force and torque [ F1 ....................F18]. I have another element I want to add to the current array so that the array becomes [F1.................................F18, U19]. I am using the build array function, but it gives me an error in dimension. I am not sure they are in a single line. How to check the dimension? 

ATfg_1-1695759774121.png


In your text you describe a 1D array of values - but in your image you show two 2D arrays, a BuildArray that creates another 2D array (by concatenating) and another BuildArray where you want to prepend a scalar to that 2D array. There is a clear mismatch between requirement and code!

 

Why are there 2D arrays when you want to handle 1D arrays by requirement?

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2021 on Win10/11+cRIO, TestStand2016/2019
0 Kudos
Message 5 of 5
(237 Views)