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Configuration Options (VPS)

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    Last Modified: May 14, 2018

    The Variable Power Supply (VPS) Soft Front Panel (SFP) has different configuration options when in different channel modes.

    When in the Static mode, the VPS provides the Voltage setting which you use to control the output voltage. The display on the panel shows the actual voltage, current, and power readings of the output signal.

    When in the Sweep mode, the VPS provides the following configuration options. The display on the panel shows the actual voltage, current, and power readings of the output signal.

    Setting Description Operational Limits
    Start voltage Voltage at which the voltage sweep starts. Start voltage can be either greater than or less than Stop voltage.

    Range: 1 V to 15 V for the + terminal, -15 V to -1 V for the - terminal

    Resolution: 10 mV

    Stop voltage Voltage at which the voltage sweep stops. Start voltage can be either greater than or less than Stop voltage.

    Range: 1 V to 15 V for the + terminal, -15 V to -1 V for the - terminal

    Resolution: 10 mV

    Step Voltage interval between each output signal during a voltage sweep. The absolute value of Step must be less than the difference between Start voltage and Stop voltage.

    Range: 0 V to 14 V, normally less than |VStart - Vstop|

    Resolution: 10 mV

    Step interval Time interval between each output signal during a voltage sweep. Range: 0 s to 86400 s
    Generation mode

    Mode in which the device generates voltage. Select Run Once if you want to generate the voltage sweep only once. Select Loop if you want to generate the voltage sweep continuously.

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