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Why does LTEST:RES? always return "0E+00,0E+00,0E+00" ?

Question asked by asatar on Aug 20, 2020
Latest reply on Aug 20, 2020 by pat_white

EDIT: SW Revision 06.50.01104

 

After setting up the limit test configuration and accumulating fails (as seen in the GUI image below), using the LTEST:RES? query always returns 0E+00,0E+00,0E+00.

 

Given the above, I'd expect the return value to be "429, 39, 673"

 

Here's the debug log:

 

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> *RST<NL>

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :MEAS:VAV DISP,CHAN1<NL>

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :LTES:MEAS MEAS1<NL>

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :LTES:LLIM -0.0025<NL>

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :LTES:ULIM -0.002<NL>

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :LTES:TEST 1<NL>

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :LTES:RES? MEAS1<NL>

< 0E+00,0E+00,0E+00$

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :LTES:RES? MEAS1<NL>

< 0E+00,0E+00,0E+00$

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

> :LTES:TEST?<NL>

< 1$

> SYST:ERR? STR<NL>

< 0,"No error"$

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