it is a National Instrument GPIB-USB-HS. but in the VISA resource name, there is no GPIB.
I used the Agilent Connection Expert to check, it says 'there was a communication failure'.
How to solve this problem? Thanks!
I thought the Agilent Connection Expert was just to check if the device is connected with computer.
Could you tell me how to check the versions of NI-488 and VISA please?
they are NI-488.2 3.1.1 and NI-VISA 5.3
I tried to use NI-MAX but whenever I click the 'devices and interfaces', the software crashes....it is NI-MAX 5.4 and I use Labview 2012.
Do I need to delete NI-MAX and install it again? or is there other way to check the connection of GPIB?
the MAX spends many many minutes searching, and when I click on the software during the searching, it becomes 'not responding'.
is finding GPIB related to the version of VISA? I'm trying to synchronize the laser (serial) with a power meter (GPIB). the VISA resource name list can find COM1 but no GPIB. do I need to delete all the NI softwares (Labview, VISA, MAX) and install them again?
by the way, I also have an Agilent 82357A USB/GPIB interface, and a PROLOGIX GPIB-USB controller. but none of them can be found at VISA resource name list.