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How to save all types of units simultaneously in Pulse Delta

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How to save all types of units simultaneously in Pulse Delta

Post by vaibhavinegi » June 22nd, 2015, 10:10 pm

I am using 6221 Current source and 2182A Voltmeter for Pulse delta setup.
In remote programming we can set output unit.
Is there any way to get all type of unit measured simultaneously from buffer?
Like KI6220.exe it saves data with all measurements(Resistance, Delta Voltage, Conductance, Voltage) simultaneously.
Is it just a arithmetic calculation of program or it reads all directly from buffer.
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Re: How to save all types of units simultaneously in Pulse D

Post by Dale C » June 23rd, 2015, 7:15 am

The only way to get the different measurement types is to use the
UNIT
command.
It can only do one at a time.
In the 6220 demo program this is done several times before the data is shown.
It is not simultaneous.

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Re: How to save all types of units simultaneously in Pulse D

Post by vaibhavinegi » June 24th, 2015, 10:16 pm

Can't do we get source code of the demo program in Labview?
It would be very helpful if you can provide us.
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Re: How to save all types of units simultaneously in Pulse D

Post by Dale C » June 25th, 2015, 6:40 am

Sorry, I do not have the source code to that program.

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