PXI SMUs are shipped with an interactive soft front panel called InstrumentStudio for ready-to-run configuration and measurements. It includes two modes: one for constantly outputting a DC current or voltage and another for multichannel sweeps. You can also monitor and debug the instrument in parallel with running code.
Get your results faster by removing the communication latency between the host computer and SMU among each measurement of a sequence and, at each step, change various SMU parameters such as output mode, aperture time, current range, and transient response.
Operate beyond the basic DC power boundary of PXI SMUs by pulsing current or voltage instead of supplying a constant DC source, allowing you to test at high instantaneous power with limited or no heat sink infrastructure.