With interface-based communication, the basic workflow comprises common steps regardless of interface type. First, you create an object of the interface type you are using to connect to the instrument. Then, you can set connection and communication properties based on your workflow and instrument configuration. Next, write data to and read data from the instrument. Finally, when you are done working with your instrument, disconnect from it by clearing the object from the workspace.
Communicate with your instrument by creating an object that represents a connection to the instrument.
Configure instrument object behavior by assigning values to properties.
Write and read ASCII string data, binary data, or binblock data with the instrument.
Use SCPI commands to control multiple instruments using similar functions.