obj = findInstrument('STR') returns an interface object to an instrument whose model name, vendor name or VISA resource matches any part of the string STR.
findInstrument requires the Instrument Control Toolbox™ and a VISA adaptor, and currently only works with USB and GPIB instruments.
(See the published MATLAB file for sample outputs)
% see a list of all the available instruments
% find an instrument by model number
obj = findInstrument('34405');
% find an instrument by model number, using Agilent VISA
obj = findInstrument('34405', 'agilent');
% find an instrument by model number and
% create a device object
obj = findInstrument('33120');
fgen = icdevice('agilent_33120a.mdd', obj);
% find an instrument by matching a manufacturer name
obj = findInstrument('tek');
% find an instrument by the model code in the VISA resource
obj = findInstrument('0x0618')
Gautam Vallabha (2021). findInstrument - Find and connect to instruments using the model or manufacturer name (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/25593-findinstrument-find-and-connect-to-instruments-using-the-model-or-manufacturer-name), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
This should be included in the matlab gpib library
Great tool, but does not work for me.
Helpful example for me to use the Instrument Control Toolbox.
By the way, is "%#ok<CTCH>" just purely a comment in the try catch block or it actually means something ?
Also, when there is an error thrown, should the function returns instead of continuing ?
If you add a dot to the regexpi line "(?<resource>[A-Z0-9:.]+)" it is also recognising TCPIP VISA resources. (constructor=visa('ni', 'TCPIP0::192.168.1.1::inst0::INSTR');
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