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You can generate signals interactively using InstrumentStudio or you can use the NI-DCPower instrument driver to program your device in the supported ADE of your choice.

Note In this document, the PXIe-4139 (40W) and PXIe-4139 (20W) are referred to inclusively as the PXIe-4139. The information in this document applies to all versions of the PXIe-4139 unless otherwise specified. ...

NI PXIe-4138 System SMU ±60 V , 3 A MAX 150 V MAX to LO SENSE LO SENSE HI HI GUARD GUARD ACCESS ACTIVE OUTPUT OUTPUT CAT I C D E F G H I J A B K Table

NI PXIe-4139 Precision System SMU 60 V , 3 A, 10 A Pulse MAX 150 V MAX to LO SENSE LO SENSE HI HI GUARD GUARD ACCESS ACTIVE OUTPUT OUTPUT CAT I C D E F G H I J

Self-calibration adjusts the PXIe-4138/4139 for variations in the module environment. Perform a complete self-calibration after the first time you install the PXIe-4138/4139.

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Notice To prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD) from damaging the module, ground yourself using a grounding strap or by holding a grounded object, such as your computer chassis. Touch the antistatic package ...

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