One thing that is unclear to me from the programmers manual is that it reads the file to “the specified interface,” but that command does not seem to offer the “specified interface” argument, nor do I see another USBTMC style command that specifies this I used the following commands in my code the way the manual says to save waveforms which can be seen in my VI: I used the following commands in my code the way the manual says to save waveforms which can be seen in my VI:. This should bring up a page that looks something like this. Thanks for all the help guys.
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Tektronix MDO MSO DPO 2000 3000 4000 Series
The main problem I am still having is: Everything else is the same. Can I use a standalone hub instead? Message 10 of Here are the commands Labvisw used. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Tektronix DPO Digital Phosphor Oscilloscope – Instrument Driver – National Instruments
READFile for the file transfer. Message 4 of Message 5 of The other solution I have seen is to labviea the screen shot to a flash drive, then copy the file through the port to the PC.
Has anyone else had this problem before? Save a screenshot of the triggered response and repeat.
Configuring a Tektronix Oscilloscope to Communicate with a Crossover Ethernet Cable
Message 3 of 5. Message 2 of 3. READFile command yet, it sounds like that might do it!
Attached is a screenshot of the code I generated for capturing the screenshots, it works great. But to answer you questions for clarity: Thanks, Evan See National Instruments.
How to save to USB on DPO – Discussion Forums – National Instruments
Message 6 of Most Active Hardware Boards: Thanks for all the help guys. However, it is not saving and it is not giving an error. A quick call to TI would probably get the best answer. Message 1 of 5. This simple diagram should return dpo41044 typical response from the instrument.
Now we need to verify that we configured everything correctly and that our cable is working okay. Message 1 of 3.
Yes, but you must use a hub in this case. The programmers manual does not indicate this functionality, so I’ll give it a shot and see what happens. Alexander is right, when you use SAVE: Message 5 of 5. Press OK on all of these dialogs and return back to Windows. Hopefully it will help someone else in the same situation at some point!