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I am using the VI 'K2182Read1.vi' attached to read the channel 1 of my 2182A Nanovoltmeter. My laptop is connected with the nanovoltmeter through a GPIB-USB cable, and I am using LabView 2013. Whenever I run the program to read a voltage signal, the 2182A generates a beep, and the front panel displays 'ERROR: -101' and then 'ERROR: -110', although the readings seem to be correct. I don't know what causes these errors. Please give me some advice if you know to fix my problem.
Thank you very much.
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The -101 and -110 are both syntax errors so as such you may not have entered a parameter correctly or mistyped somewhere in your code, i.e using a "," instead of a "."
If you can save the vi for labview 2012 I would be able to look at the vi and see where the error is coming from.
I just attached a screenshot the block diagram of my labview vi and a LV2012 version of my labivew vi.
Thanks a lot.
- block diagram of my vi
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- LabView2012 version
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Thanks for correcting my syntax error. Actually I just copied that command from the quick reference guide that came with the nano-voltmeter.
When I tried to set auto-range, both ':SENS:VOLT:CHAN1:RANG:AUTO ON' and ':SENS:VOLT:CHAN1:RANG AUTO ON' generated message 'Error:-101'.
Do you know how to fix this problem?
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