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Disconnect the device under test (DUT) from the LCR instrument at the connection point on the DUT. Leave the cabling connected to the LCR device, and any other test system components such as switches and ...

The following measurement types are available when creating oscilloscope channels with InstrumentStudio. Amplitude Mid Ref Volts Mean Negative Duty Cycle Peak-to-Peak Low Ref Volts Median Positive Pulse ...

Use relinking to re-establish a connection to a missing device, or replace the missing device with a different device of the same model in an existing panel.

You can determine the current state of an acquisition by looking at the acquisition status icon, located in the Horizontal & Acq. header of an oscilloscope panel. Triggered —The device met the trigger ...

When specifying a range for a voltage or current measurement, you can select Auto or Auto once to measure a signal when you do not know which range to select. The digital multimeter (DMM) takes a series ...

Using InstrumentStudio, you can capture data from an entire layout or a single panel. You can also take a screenshot without capturing data.

Typically, you connect the LCR device to a device under test with switches, fixtures, or cables. These introduce undesired errors into the measurement. Prevent measurement errors from switches, fixtures, ...

After enabling at least one FFT channel and markers, you can use the peak search functions to locate peaks. Peaks are the samples for which the amplitude rises and falls around a threshold. You can move ...

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