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Each panel in InstrumentStudio has its own instrument header menu, which you can access by clicking the instrument header menu icon () in the upper-right corner of the panel. Within the instrument header ...

If InstrumentStudio is closed and a device used in an InstrumentStudio project goes offline or has its name changed, InstrumentStudio flags that device as missing the next time you open the project. The ...

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 ...

Creating a Layout Automatically When you create a layout automatically, InstrumentStudio detects devices you have installed and creates panels using those devices. Complete the following steps to create ...

You must enter debug mode to access the Monitor and Control buttons. Refer to Entering Debug Mode for more information. Complete the following steps to monitor and/or control a device in InstrumentStudio ...

You can use InstrumentStudio to troubleshoot devices currently in use by an external application. An external application is any application running outside of InstrumentStudio, including LabVIEW, TestStand, ...

Adjust the arrangement of soft front panels and their associated devices with the Edit Layout window. An InstrumentStudio layout consists of one large panel and up to four small panels. A large panel includes ...

Once you have configured a device in InstrumentStudio, you can export the device's settings to a device configuration file, which can then be imported to LabVIEW or another application to apply the device ...

Add a waveform generator device to the large panel. Select a waveform mode from the drop-down menu in the upper-right corner of the large panel. Standard waveform—Generates a waveform using the channel ...

You can enter debug mode from the Home screen by selecting Debug. Using this method, InstrumentStudio searches for open device driver sessions and then creates a layout based on the devices it discovers. ...

Adjust data capture preferences by selecting FilePreferences and navigating to the Capture data tab. In this tab, you can set the destination directory and change the filename and format for both images ...

Complete the following steps to debug a C, C++, or .NET application using InstrumentStudio. Supporting communication with a device in C, C++, or .NET environments at breakpoints requires additional overhead ...

Complete the following steps to disable debugging for a device: Open the Configure Debug Session window by selecting Configure debug session from the instrument header menu. Deselect the Debug Enabled ...

You can set the interpolation method of an oscilloscope acquisition to one of the following settings from the Instrument Settings window: No interpolation—The oscilloscope does not interpolate data. Auto—The ...

You can select one of the following sample modes from the Instrument Settings window when configuring an oscilloscope acquisition with InstrumentStudio: Sample—The oscilloscope measures the signal at a ...

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Creating FFT Channels From a large oscilloscope panel, click the FFT button in the Add Channels section. A frequency graph displays. Select a Source for the FFT channel. You can select any single existing ...

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 ...

Depending on the device, you can select different sampling methods from the Instrument Settings window of an oscilloscope: Real time—Gathers all the samples for a waveform in one acquisition with one trigger ...

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 condition ...

You can use one of two modes for acquiring measurements using an SMU or VPS device in Instrument Studio: Source & Sample, and Sweep. Source & Sample—Allows multiple channels to source current or voltage. ...

A waveform generator channel can be in one of the following states: Stopped—Waveform generation is stopped on this channel. Running—Waveform generation is running on this channel. Waiting for trigger—Waveform ...

Configure oscilloscope measurements from the Settings tab of the Measurements window, accessible by selecting Add/Remove in the measurement table of an oscilloscope. Gating Screen—Displays only the data ...

Default setup—Returns the device to the default configuration. Auto setup—Enables all channels and automatically configures device settings. Settings Changed by Auto Setup Setting an oscilloscope to Auto ...

Waveform Channel Settings Output Impedance—Sets the output impedance value to either 50 Ω or 75 Ω. Load Impedance—Sets the load impedance value to one of the following settings: Match output—Matches the ...

Disabled—Disables FFT averaging. RMS—Root mean square. RMS averaging averages the energy (or power) of the signal, so it reduces signal fluctuations, but not the noise floor. Peakhold—Performs a peak hold ...

Standard Waveform—Outputs waveforms according to the channel settings you specify in InstrumentStudio or an external application. Using a standard waveform allows you to generate several different standard ...

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