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I'm trying to get a hardcopy from an MDO3024 onto my PC over ethernet.
I have done it successfully with Python and USB but now I need to get it done through C#, preferably over Ethernet and I am running into problems.
I can query and send command OK but when I issue the "HARDCOPY START" command I don't seem to get anything back although the scope flashes so I know a hardcopy is initiated. An "*ESR?" query returns 4.
I was expecting to get the bytes of the file as a response. Am I missing something?
appart from the initial "*CLS" and "*IDN?" commands, the only other things I am settings are " SAVe:IMAGe:FILEFormat PNG" and ""SAVe:IMAGe:INKSaver ON""
Thanks for your help
Yes I have looked at some of those links but I'm not clear why there is nothing going on the stream after the "hardcopy start" command.
I'm monitoring the exchange between the scope and the pc with Wireshark but there is no byte returned by the scope after the hardcopy start so I don't see what I can do unless I missed a config line somewhere.
Also I am not using a VISA layer for the communication, just plain scpi
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import urllib.request screen = urllib.request.urlopen('http://192.168.1.116:81/image.png') with open('myfile.png', 'wb') as f: f.write(screen.read())
So far I managed to get by by mounting a network drive on the scope and saving the hardcopy to it. However it is not ideal for various reasons.
Therefore I will try to implement your method. Thank you!
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