VOLTAGE HI and VOLTAGE LO, ±20 VDC CURRENT HI and CURRENT LO, 250 mA maximum
CURRENT HI and CURRENT LO, 5 Ω to 3 MΩ CURRENT HI and CURRENT LO, nonpolar or biased for electrolytic, 50 pF to 500 µF
CURRENT HI and CURRENT LO, 100 µH to 100 mH
CURRENT HI and CURRENT LO Measured across CURRENT HI and CURRENT LO
Note: Resistance, Inductance, and Capacitance measurements function generator is in Manual mode Caution: By connecting different signals to the DMM terminals on the prototyping board and the DMM connectors on the control panel, you are shorting them together, potentially damaging the circuit on the prototyping boards.
Channel A Channel B Digital Trigger Analog Trigger
CH A+ and CH A- CH B+ and CH B- Connect TTL-level signal to TRIGGER Configure the trigger level and slope for channel A or B
Caution: By connecting different signals to the Scope terminals on the prototyping board and the Scope connectors on the control panel, you are shorting them together, potentially damaging the circuit on the prototyping board.
Signal Output TTL-Compatible Clock Signal
Amplitude Modulation Frequency Modulation
Digital Reader and Writer
Digital Input Digital Output
Stimulus signal connections
Connect FUNC_OUT to positive input of circuit and ACH1+. Connect GROUND to the reference point on the circuit and to ACH1-
Connect output of circuit to ACH0+ and connect ACH0- to GROUND
NI ELVIS does not support floating measurements. Therefore, because the analog channels are differential, you must establish a ground point somewhere in the signal path. As long as the signal you are measuring is referenced to one of the NI ELVIS GROUND pins, the measurement is correctly referenced. If a floating source, such as a battery, is being measured, be sure to connect one end of the signal to the NI ELVIS GROUND. Terminals for the NI ELVIS GROUND signal are located at several locations on the prototyping board. All of these signals are connected together.