What do the error codes "100" and "536870914" mean when I tried to communicate with my contollers. 
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 What do the error codes "100" and "536870914" mean when I tried to communicate with my contollers.

I encountered these 2 errors when I tried to read my Newport MM4006
motion stage. I suspect that could be a address problem between the
two controllers that I use. Any suggestions?


Mon, 08 Nov 2004 22:59:06 GMT  
 What do the error codes "100" and "536870914" mean when I tried to communicate with my contollers.
Hello-

Usually labview's "explain error" can identify all errors.  Not so in
this case.  It must be an instrument driver specific error.  It may
help to use highlight execution to trace through the VI to find the
source of the error.

There was a driver for the 4000 on ni.com/idnet, but it was
contributed.  If further assistance is necessary, it may help to
contact the developer of the driver.  It is likely the instrument
manufacturer, Newport.

Randy Solomonson
Application Engineer
National Instruments



Wed, 10 Nov 2004 05:00:06 GMT  
 
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