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Ajouaou

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Hi :worshippy: ,

I am an engineering student and I'm working on an application with labview as a final year project.

my project is to implement an interface to control 2 motors (speed,angle/step, position....) with the same interface :frusty: .

so,I started my program with just one motor, i used for that the methods and properties of MG17 motors (like: getposition ,setvelparams...) , but I don't know exactly how to work with some commands,like IchanID and fAccn ...:unsure:

Please help!

encours.vi

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What is your question?

Do you have any documentation for the ActiveX control you're using?

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What is your question?

Do you have any documentation for the ActiveX control you're using?

thank you for your reply Ned.

I want to control the motor speed.i used for that the methode SetVelParams.this method contains 5 commands

(SetVelParams,IchanID,fMinVel,fAccn,fMaxVel)

I don't know what value can take IchanID,SetVelParams,fAccn??

i have a documentation(see pages 52-->55) but the methods in this documentation are not well explained :wacko: .

http://www.thorlabs....0/13956-D01.pdf

Edited by Ajouaou

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The document you linked contains the statement, "A brief summary of each method and property is given below, for more detailed information and individual parameter descriptiond please see the on-line help file supplied with the APT server." Have you looked at that help file?

Also, while I am not suggesting that you re-post this question, in the future it would be helpful to provide a more accurate subject line. "Problem with labview" is vague, especially on a forum devoted to LabVIEW, and does not accurately describe your question. Your problem is not with LabVIEW but with the control of a ThorLabs motor.

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