Can You See The Contents of A Probe File?

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  • Can You See The Contents of A Probe File?

    Morning ALL...Got a kind of bizarre inquiry today. Is it possible to open a probe file to see the sets created within and if so, is it possible to determine the tips contained within those sets?

    Thanks,
    Ron

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    Well, you can always make a new program and load that tip file, then look in the PROBE SETUP window. Trying to open the PRB file will only show you code.
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    Originally posted by AndersI
    I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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    • #3
      The probe files dont seem to open correctly with notepad, however you can open the results file for each probe file, which will show you what tips have been calibrated and what their results were the last time.
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      B3C-LC Controller (Leitz Protocol), SP600M, TP200
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      • #4
        Thaks guys...both great suggestions...I will implement one or both...

        Ron

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        • #5
          Consider this

          There are commands you can use in the edit window to see specific data from the probe file. For example, you can display a probe diameter, its angle, its name, etc.

          For example, the command

          ASSIGN/V1 = PROBEDATA("diameter","T1A0B0","SP600_2mm_V42")

          will pull the diameter of the tip named T1A0B0 from the file named SP600_2mm_V42.

          In addition, you can certainly perform similar functiuons with VB.

          In both cases, it is possible to loop the command(s) and expand them display all data from the file in question.

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