You need to create an interface object, for example
to communicate with instruments, as described in many of the sections
of the documentation. You can also create a device object that allows
you to configure and query an instrument without knowledge of its
command set. See Creating and Connecting Device Objects for more information
about using device objects.
|Connect device object to instrument|
|Remove instrument objects from MATLAB workspace|
|Remove instrument objects from memory|
|Disconnect device object from instrument|
|Display instrument object summary information|
|Instrument object properties|
|Create device object|
|Open Property Inspector|
|Help for instrument object type, function, or property|
|Information about available hardware|
|Disconnect and delete all instrument objects|
|Execute driver-specific function on device object|
|Class method names and descriptions|
|Instrument object property information|
|Save instrument objects and variables to MAT-file|
|Configure or display instrument object properties|
|Open Test & Measurement Tool|
|Check and return error message from instrument|
|Display event information when event occurs|
|Read instrument objects from memory to MATLAB workspace|
|Find visible and hidden instrument objects|
|Define and retrieve commands that identify instruments|
|Define notification for instrument events|
|Determine whether instrument objects are valid|
|Length of instrument object array|
|Load instrument objects and variables into MATLAB workspace|
|Convert driver to MATLAB instrument driver format|
|Convert instrument object to MATLAB code|
|Run instrument self-test|
|Size of instrument object array|
|Test and Measurement Tool||Control oscilloscopes and other instruments|
Includes the general procedure for the creation and use of device objects.
Configuring and exchanging data through device objects.
Obtaining and using group device properties.
Device objects allow you to configure and query an instrument without knowledge of its command set. The low-level communication is performed through a MATLAB® instrument driver.
These properties are available in the toolbox.