PXI Programmable Power Supplies are shipped with an interactive soft front panel called InstrumentStudio for ready-to-run operation. The panel operates with both PXI SMUs and PXI Programmable Power Supplies. You can also monitor and debug the instrument in parallel with running code.
You can eliminate the software overhead associated with software-controlled sequences and reduce test execution time with hardware-timed, deterministic sequencing and triggering that allow the instrument to execute commands without any intervention from the host software.
Remote sense uses a pair of high-impedance sense lines to measure the voltage at your device under test (DUT) and compensate for any voltage drop between the power supply and your DUT. Additionally, you can programmatically isolate the instrument from your DUT with built-in output disconnect relays.
Learn about programmable power supply basics, including modes of operation, remote sense, ripple, noise, isolation, rise time, settling time, and transient response.
Explore specific programmable power supply topics, including load considerations, line and load regulation, combining outputs, and switching power supply outputs.
The combination of power, precision, and speed, along with excellent density makes an NI system SMU a must-have for your next test system.
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