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DUT Bring-Up

    Last Modified: November 23, 2020

    Use the DUT Bring-up document (.dutbringup) to view, create, modify, save, and bring up your devices. The DUT Bring-up document displays the relay configuration, continuity test, power sequence, and bring-up pattern required to bring up your DUT for further operation. Complete the following steps to configure the DUT bring-up.

    1. Click File»New»DUT Bring-up.
    2. Define and apply the relay configuration.
      1. Specify the name of the relay configuration that you want to apply when bringing up the DUT.
      2. Specify optional delay to apply after configuring the relays.
      3. Click Apply Relay Configuration to apply specified relay configuration without executing other sections in this document.
    3. Define the continuity test. A continuity test measures voltage drop on the specified pins on the DUT without executing other sections of the DUT Bring-up document.
      1. Specify the aperture and settling times to apply to measurements taken on all channels.
      2. Add a continuity configuration row specifying the pin or pin group, its sites, current level, and voltage limit. Specify the minimum and maximum voltage drops to determine whether the test passes or fails.
      3. Run the test by clicking the Run Continuity Test button in the Continuity Test window.
    4. Define the power sequence. The table displays configurations for each pin, including voltage level, sourcing state, live current, and live voltage. Pin items are powered up in the order they appear in the table from top to bottom. Re-arrange rows to change their order.
      1. Specify the NI-DCPower and NI-Digital PPMU pin items you want to use to power up your DUT.
      2. Specify optional delay to apply after powering up each pin.
      3. Specify power levels for these pins in the active levels sheet.
      4. Click Power Up to apply power to a pin without executing other sections in this document.
      5. Click Power Down to power down these pins. Pin items are powered down in the reverse order they appear in the table, from bottom to top, without applying specified delays.
    5. Define the bring-up pattern.
      1. Specify the pattern to burst to bring up your DUT.
    6. Click Run DUT Bring-up on the toolbar.

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