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  • Are there any agents in China ?
    Yes, there is an agent in China. You can see their contact at distributor page. #distributor
  • Can we order our preferred connector?
    Yes, you can #connector
  • Can we use XPOW and XDAC to test chips before wire bonding?
    Yes, XPOW and XDAC have the ability to test chips along with DC Probes #semiconductor #wafertesting
  • Can you please send me more info on the specs and capabilities of the products listed on your website?
    Please refer to the datasheet list. You can download and check the detail specification. #datasheet #specification
  • Can you custom or should we choose 40 ch as the spec?
    We can customize the multi-connector depends on your need. #custom order
  • Can you provide us an update for the board when we need it ? (such as : if we need the board to connect to FFC connector)
    Yes, no problem. Just let us know when you need it #NewProduct #update
  • Can your product be daisy chained together? Or does that require some sort of custom build ?
    XPOW-8AX can be daisy chained. You just need to assign correct communication port. #daisy chain
  • Do you offer any OEM discounts?
    Yes, please provide us with detail requirements. #discounts
  • How long the update rate of your product ? for example if we run 24 channel simultaneously, how long it will be ?
    The update rate for current XPOW is ms range. Depend how many channels you want to control simultaneously. If you run like 24 channel simultaneously, it can be around 10ms range with embedded firmware control. #Performance #update rate
  • How to be your distributor? What would be the conditions? Would it possible to do a training on your products after that?
    Please contact us for more information and we will provide training for our products. #distributor #training
  • I have XDAC with mismatched ground pin, can you possibly send us the new board and set it properly then take the old one back in exchange ?
    Sure, our support team Admira can arrange and help you with the pin arrangement. #Warranty #defect
  • Is there any difference between the 8 channels and 40 channels in terms of specification (beyond) the number of channels)?
    No, it is the same circuit but only have larger channel configuration #model comparison #specification
  • Is there any way to bring the lead time down?
    Depend on the supply chain and production priority. We can expedite the lead time with additional cost. #leadtime
  • Is it possible to integrate your product into our chassis (meaning, we get the PCB from you and power it off our internal supply)?
    Yes, it is possible but we need to discuss related to the connector arrangement. #product integration
  • We need the channels to be independently configurable between CC (Control Current) and CV (Control Voltage), is that possible?
    Yes, it is possible #channel configuration
  • What is XPOW/XDAC
    Nicslab XPOW/XDAC system is a versatile multichannel source measurement system. The XPOW/XDAC supports multiple voltages/current sourcing and voltage/current measurement. The system is suitable for sourcing and measuring low power applications from simple electronic circuits to complex photonic integrated circuits. #xpow #xdac
  • What is the difference between XDAC-8U-R4G8 and XPOW-8AX-CCvCV-U?
    The XDAC version is the upgraded/new version of XPOW. #model comparison
  • What is the Key difference between the XPOW and XDAC devices?
    XDAC is basically the new version of XPOW. XDAC offers better processing unit and controllability in terms of performance. The detailed differences of XPOW and XDAC can be seen in this page. #model comparison
  • What is the estimation date/ lead time for each product?
    Please contact us for more information about Lead Time. #estimation date #lead time
  • What operating system can this device use?
    Our device supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can also change it at any time #operatingsystem
  • Would you have a distributor in Europe for these instruments?
    Yes our distributor in Europe is Melmous (ABSYS). #distributor
  • A power supply we are using now is weak for surge at ON/OFF. Do you have information related to this?
    This can happen from many factors such as decays over time of component caused by softening oscillatory or switching inductive/capacitive loads. #power supply #surge
  • As you mentioned, the effective resolution is 13-bit (4.88 mV) for -20 V to 20 V range setting. Do you mean there are specific fixed range setting? Or I can get lower absolute resolution by manually varying the output amplitude? If output requirement is -12V to 0V, the effective resolution of 13-bit will be 1/2^13*(0-(-12)) =1.5mV. Is it correct?
    Yes, there is specific fixed range setting on the DAC inside the system. You cannot get lower absolute resolution by manually varying the output amplitude. The calculation also not accurate since the range has fixed range setting and it cannot become -12 V to 0 V. Since the previous calculation with 3.25 mVpp is directly from Power Supply not the SMU system, the real effective resolution could be better with the real calculation from SMU output (noise suppressed < 3.25 mVpp). #absolute resolution
  • By lowering the DC supply range, I could lower the power loss. Does this mean I could push a bit higher on the current per channel limitation (still being < 180W limit)?
    Yes, it is correct. For the same example as before, if we lower the DC supply range to 15V (Current supply 10A). The power dissipates as heat is only P_loss = (15V-14V)*50mA*120 = 6W with all channel output set to 6V. 50mA is CC mode setting on the channel with 280Ohm (all channels). The loss is not related to maximum power output that can be drawn. The total output will depend on DC supply power - loss (this depend on the voltage different setting of DC supply and output) as explained in the first question and answer. In this case the power can output can be maximum 114W (120W - 6W). 120W is the power left after used by system (15Vx 8A). 6W is the P_loss With the same example but higher current DC supply input (15A), you could have the same loss but higher output channel output capability. In this case, the maximum output is 189W: ((15A-2A)x15V) - (6W). #maximum current channel #DC supply range
  • Can it measure both the current and voltage?
    Yes, it can. We have voltage and current monitor circuits that measure real time output. #voltage measure #current measure
  • Can we implement a closed-loop control algorithm (i.e. PID) that runs at 1 – 10 MHz? If not what is the fastest that we can run such an algorithm?
    Yes, you can use our GPIO at the back of the box. #GPIO
  • Can you create a reconfigurable board for multi connector?
    Yes, we can. Please send us your detail specification #reconfigurablemulticonnectorboard #multiconnector
  • Can you explain about cross talk between the different channels through their grounds?
    Method to solve the crosstalk is by using current mode on each channel or use feedback with voltage network control but it will require additional feedback input or sensor. From our experience with controlling max 40 channels heaters on silicon nitride photonic chip, the crosstalk can be compensated by readjusting the voltage input at the realted affected heaters. The crosstalk depends also on the isolation, spacing of the heaters and thermal transfer material on the photonic integrated circuits. #cross talk
  • Can your device control high voltage and power?
    We can do custom product for up to 75V with 10W per channel. Please contact us for detail requirements. #high voltage & power
  • Could we feed a 2.54mm directly from router jumper to output ?
    Yes, you could feed a 2.54mm directly. #DirectConnection
  • Could we later also order different connector configurations for future chips?
    Yes, you could custom any different connector configuration as long as you specify the pin configuration #reconfigurablemulticonnectorboard
  • Could you tell me what is the main difference between the XPOW and XDAC? Our information consists of driving DC bias and thermo-optics in photonic integrated circuits.
    As an information, most of our customer use XPOW and XDAC for the bias voltage and thermo-optics application in PIC. The differences of XPOW and XDAC can be seen in this page. #application #model comparison
  • Do you have a high channel count D/A converter to drive some thermos-optic phase shifters?
    Yes, we do have 120ch in a single box and the channel can be increased by daisy chain. #high channel
  • Do you have a high precision with current option?
    Yes, we have 16bit high resolution control option. #high precision #high resolution
  • Do you have less than 10W power per channel?
    Yes, we have. We can limit the current through the software. #low power
  • Do you have voltage driven control system?
    Yes, we also have both voltage & current control system in a single box. #voltage driven #voltage & current driven
  • Do you offer a solution that would allow us to connect to the voltage lines with either a BNC or SMA cables?
    We offer solution with BNC or SMA connector. #BNC cables #SMA cables
  • Do you provide detailed support for setting up and using the multi connector board?
    We will provide detailed support for setting up and using the board. Please contact us. #multiconnector
  • Does the USB connection act like a serial port one?
    Yes, it does like a serial port. We use SPI to communicate from controller host to XPOW system. #USB connection
  • For M5 board. Can we choose to use either the D-sub 25 outputs, or the 2.54mm pin outs? Do both work & are they connected to each other?
    You can use both. It is connected through the mid 2.54mm connector. #M5 #connector
  • For multi connector, it doesn’t seem like the patch panel will allow us to do arbitrary connections of the grounds/outputs so we would need to make sure that we route cables to the appropriate pins?
    We have reconfigurable connectors / PCB which allow you to do arbitrary connections (please check our manual). The standard connector FFC and 2.54 mm pin out. We could create/customize according to your requirement. #multi connector
  • For output driving of voltage/ current, what is the pitch of the 50-way FFC ribbon connector?
    0.5mm or you can find from this link. #ribbon connector pitch
  • From what I understand, the XDAC-MUB is a step up compared with the XDAC-U. For the XDAC-MUB you provide an increase current range of 0-500mA. For the current there is however no resolution given in the table you sent me, is there a particular reason for that?
    The XDAC-MUB is designed to be used for unipolar and bipolar output with higher current requirements. However, the resolution is not as high as XDAC-U. In XDAC-MUB the voltage resolution is 16-bit and current around 14-bit. For XDAC-U voltage and current resolution are both 16-bit. The XDAC-U only supports unipolar output. #model comparison #current resolution # current range #voltage resolution
  • How do we provide input signals to the system so that it can do feedback control based on sensor data?
    You can use scipi commands for feedback control #feedback control
  • How exactly the multiconnector board work?
    Multiconnector board makes it easy to connect between XPOW/XDAC and tested device. It works by being an adapter that changes the connector types so XPOW/XDAC can be connected to various types of connector. #multiconnector
  • How fast the channel outputs can be refreshed?
    XPOW output channel can be updated with a rate up to 755 Hz and XDAC output channels can be updated with a rate up to 6 kHz. #output rate
  • How many current channels could be operated at same time? How much power could be suffered?
    The current channel maximum that could be operated at the same time is 100 mA/channel with all 120 channel ON. The power draw from the DC input suffered/dissipated is around 180W as described below: For example, XDAC-40MUB operates CC mode with the power supply/DC voltage input (+-18 volt), the current output in XDAC-MUB per channel is 100mA, and the voltage measured 3V (Load assumption 30 Ohm). The power dissipated as heat is P_loss = (18V-3V)*100mA = 1.5W/channel or 1.5W*40 for 40 channels. With the XDAC-120MUB case, the total P_loss would be 1.5W*120 = 180 W. The P_loss can be further reduced by lowering the voltage supply input to XDAC from (+-18V) to (+-12V) assuming that the load lower than 30 Ohm giving higher power loss. #maximum current channel
  • How much absolute resolution we will get when XDAC operated as voltage sources?
    We also measured the output of the XDAC again with another measurement device (SDM3045X Multimeter) with 150 sample/s and found that the noise is < 1 mVpp. It means that for the maximum range (-20V to 20V), the effective resolution is only reduced to 15 bits (1.22 mV/bit). #absolute resolution
  • I am interested to replace my current testing equipment, which is a Keithley Model 2520 Pulsed Laser Diode Test System. Are any of your device capable of pulsed LIV analysis?
    Yes, our device capable of pulsed LIV analysis. Regarding the specification of our current XDAC-8U-R4G8, please review the specification summary below: There is a difference with your requirement in terms of pulse on time. Fore this product, our pulse on-time is 20 us – 5 ms. #LIV analysis #Pulse on time
  • I am looking for 200 channels to program resistor heaters on an integrated photonics chip. I need 150mA/channel. Do you have something to support this?
    Yes, we do. You can buy 2 boxes of 120ch and daisy chain those. #high channel
  • I am using the 120 channels in constant current mode with Keysight E36233A power supply. In the Keysight E36233A datasheet, the current accuracy is reported to be ~10mA for a 10A range. Would this translate in a 10mA accuracy in each channel of the 120-SMU?
    When we use XDAC, even when we use it constant current mode, the power supply that supplied it must be in Constant Voltage mode. So the current accuracy in the power supply that explained the accuracy of the power supply in Constant Current mode is not correlated with the output accuracy of the current control output in the XDAC-120. #noise level #current accuracy
  • I need a programmable 30 channel current source. I want to be able to choose the current output for each line and monitor it with the voltage. What kind of product should I use?
    You can use 40ch XPOW or XDAC. #current & voltage control
  • I need to control independently 4 heaters on a photonic integrated chip. I need to provide around max 7V and mac 20 mA. I do not need high frequency modulation, but simply apply DC currents in a controlled manner, without any modulation. Is this product ideal for this application?
    XPOW-8AX-CCvCV-U can provide the supply for your requirement. You would need a minimum 9 Volt DC in supply to XPOW to accommodate max 7 Volt requirement as XPOW required ~2 Volt headroom supply. #headroom supply
  • I read the resolution is 16-bits for both current and voltage output. I read that the output voltage has different ranges. What about the output current?
    The output current also can be set with a different range for XPOW and XDAC-U only, 0 – 300mA, 0 – 200mA, 0 – 100mA, 0 – 50mA with 16-bits. For XDAC-MUB and XDAC-DIFF, it is only one range ±500mA with 16-bits. #current range #current output
  • I see that you offer products ranging from 3, 8, 40 up to 120 channels, in box and OEM forms. In our applications, we need to be able to set/measure up to 179 channels worst case. Is it possible to use multiple 40 and / or 120 channel devices combined together in order to add up to this number?"
    Yes, it is possible. Our technology also allow to daisy chain the device which provide virtually unlimited number of channels. #high channel
  • If I were to drive half of the channels (60), would the maximum current limit be 200mA/channel?
    No #maximum current limit
  • If we provide a +-18V DC supply, does that mean we can never dissipate more than 180W in the 120channel SMU?
    No, it doesn’t mean that. The 180W is not the limitation. The 180W is not total output maximum that XDAC can provide. It is the internal max buffer power dissipation related to heat as power loss which correspond to setting of DC input supply with voltage output differences. You could dissipate more than 180W depends on the power supply maximum current provided to the XDAC. For example, if you could provide 15A power supply with +-18 voltage setting you could dissipate at the output total maximum of 234 Watt (13 A x 18V) assuming with 18 Volt setting on all channel. 13 A is the maximum current as the system required approximately 2 A (15 A- 13A). We have tested all 120 channels with 100mA/channels setting with max voltage (18V), It can draw total power of 216W (Please see attached file for more examples). #maximum output
  • In the device manual a 300 mA of output current is indicated for each channel. In the "Comment" column is indicated a max output current of 800 mA. Is that the total current for all the channels? In other words, if I got it right, each channel can potentially have an output current of 300 mA but the sum of all the channel-output-currents cannot exceeds 800 mA, correct?
    No, the 800 mA is not the total current for all channels. The 800 mA is the max capability of output regulator on each channel and digital reading of current output. Each channel can output 300 mA. The total channel can output 2400 mA in total (8 channel). We can customize the XPOW/ XDAC if you need higher current specification. Please contact us for more information. #max output #max current
  • Is “MAX 32 V” means that we can set the power supply *at* 32 V, or set just below 32 V (such as : 30 V) ? and also, what is the maximum current draw that we need from this supply ?
    The dropout for DC input is about 3 V. so if you put 32 Volt, the max output per channel is around 28 Volt. The maximum output will depend on this DC input. If you need voltage below 12 V, you can put DC input 15 V. This also provide safety for your device. Each channel can be set to a maximum 100 mA if you use parallel DC in (using shipped DC connector) #Configuration #Calibration
  • Is the M1 board reconfigurable ?
    Yes, all board are reconfigurable. It can be configure through I, J, K, L Call Out (2 x 20 2.54mm pin) so there will be a jumper cable on these pins. #multiconnector #configuration
  • Is the sensing differential? Is the sensing done with the same two wires as the output or else is it a four-wire measurement?
    For the XPOW and XDAC-U, the sensing is done with the same two wires but for XDAC-MUB and XDAC-DIFF, it is done with four-wire measurement. #sensing
  • Is the voltage range setting have specific fixed range? Or we can get lower absolute resolution by manually varying the output amplitude?
    Yes, there is specific fixed range setting on the DAC inside the system. You cannot get lower absolute resolution by manually varying the output amplitude. Since the previous calculation with 3.25 mVpp is directly from Power Supply not the SMU system, the real effective resolution could be better with the real calculation from SMU output (noise suppressed < 3.25 mVpp). #voltage range #absolute resolution
  • Normally, SMU should use 4 point cable to reduce connection and contact resistance, but your system seems to not use 4 points cable, is it right? then how can you guarantee the test result which is for the device has very small resistance?
    Yes, it is right that we only use 2 points cable to maximize the channel count of the SMU with limited space of the casing, the reason is our product initially targeted to drive a high-density Photonic Integrated Circuits (PIC) which is compared to the resistance of the component in the PIC, the connection to the DUT will not give a significant drop voltage to the measurement. But we have also prepared an instrument for long-range operation, this instrument will read the voltage drop, and send it to the source to make an adjustment to the output. #drop voltage #photonic driver
  • The new version that we buy have an opposite alignment channel. How can we fix that ?
    We send you the new multiconnector board. Don’t use the standard ribbon cable from XPOW to board. You can use the pin cable by connecting the pin to appropriate output temporarily. The ground is shared so you just need one to connect to multiconnector board. #Extensiontools #multiconnector #defect
  • The output channels have a shared common ground. Do you have product for differential output?
    There is another XDAC-DIFF version that doesn’t use common ground. #common ground
  • We need FFC adaptor to connect 50 connection-pin FFC (0.5mm) Connector from 2.54mm connector in M5 because no such product that allow us to doing that. Can you provide that product for us?
    Yes, we can make it for you. 50 pin with 48 input channel with 2 pin shared ground. #custom product
  • We want to enhance the step size, can you provide 5 Volt max Volt setting type so we can increase the step size?
    Yes, we can either reduce/remove the amplification or we can also increase DAC bit resolution. #DAC bit resolution
  • We want to use this for a lot of different chips so there isn't a set schematic. Are you able to create some sort of patch panel? If not that's okay we will just make our own separate PCB that does this. We would just need to know what sort of connector/cable we would need.
    Yes, we can create patch panel depend on the requirement. Our standard Xpow-40AX has multi-connector that attach to the patch panel (with ribbon cable + connectors). You can refer to our datasheet. #patch panel #multi connector
  • What about the sensing of the current/voltage, can you specify the sensing range, kind if a programmable gain?
    Each channel is independently connected to the current and voltage sensor. The accuracy is around 30uV and 0.1mA. #sensing accuracy
  • What kind of power supply can be connected?
    Basically, all power supplies can be connected to power up the SMU, but to keep the minimum resolution as we mentioned before, the maximum ripple of the power supply is around 240 mVpp due to our circuit Power Supply Rejection Ratio, which is achieved by the commercial Linear power supply in the market. #power supply #resolution #ripple
  • What is multi connector?
    Multi connector is a board with circuit helping user to connect or reconfigure the input and output from XPOW/XDAC to DUT (Device under test) #reconfigurablemulticonnectorboard #multiconnector
  • What is smps?
    Single-mode power supply. Our product act as a driver/controller for current & voltage. #power supply #current & voltage control
  • What is the approximate maximum voltage and current that the device can achieve?
    The estimated maximum voltage is 74V and maximum current is 50 mA per channel. #maximum voltage #maximum current
  • What is the final noise and resolution of XPOW / XDAC if we use the DC supply SPD3303X?
    We get the noise performance of Siglent SPD3303X-E around 96 mVpp. Siglent SDS1202X-E Oscilloscope used to capture the signal. With SPD3303X-E power supply as DC input, we set the voltage outputs of the SMU 5V and 15V. The noise of the output is around 52 mVpp. Based on this result, the SMU suppresses the noise around 44 mVpp from Power Supply DC input. The noise performance of the power supply will affect the resolution of the SMU. For example, with voltage output range -20V to +20V, the effective resolution will be 9 bit instead of 16 bit because there will be 7 bit LSB that can’t be controlled because of the noise. Another scenario is with a Keysight low noise E36234A Power Supply with the noise performance of 3.25 mVpp will give 3 bit LSB reduction for the voltage control (from XDAC output could be better with noise suppression system). The effective resolution is 13-bit (4.88 mV) for -20 V to 20 V range setting. In the range setting of -20 to 20 V #noise #resolution
  • What is the sensor-actuator latency & sampling speeds?
    The clock frequency runs on 16 MHz. The speed would depends on where you would like to put your algorithm scheme (directly on firmware or your workstation). #latency #sampling speed
  • What is the specifications of minimum current and voltage sensing? Is it dependent on the connected PS?
    The minimum voltage sensing is 1 mV and the minimum current sensing is 10 uA. It is not dependent on the power supply unless the power supply reaches some ripple levels that will be explained in the next question. #minimum current #minimum voltage #sensing #power supply
  • What is the use of reconfigurable multi connector board?
    The reconfigurable multi connector board is used to address the fix chip wire bonding, so you can actually configure using wire jumper on board according the supply connection and your desired configuration #reconfigurablemulticonnectorboard #multiconnector
  • What is your current driven that you offer?
    We have the current range of 0 – 300 mA & 0 ± 500mA. We have a soft span tech enabling current range selection with high resolution control option. #current range
  • What is your maximum power per channel?
    10W per channel. #maximum power per channel
  • What is your multi connector arrangement?
    You can use ribbon cables or FFC connector and there are different types of multi connector. Please refer to the multi connector manual, especially on the Xpow-40AX datasheet. #multi connector
  • What power supply unit do you recommend for XPOW-8AX-CCvCV-U? We would like to get to the maximum value of 29 V instead of 5V
    Any DC bench power supply will work. You could use DC input setting 31 Volt and get 29 Volt output maximum per channel. #power supply unit #maximum voltage
  • What type of connector do you use at the DC outputs?
    The current standard for 8 ch DC output connector is the 2.54 mm pin header and fixed terminal blocks two position 3.5 mm (https://www.mouser.co.id/ProductDetail/Phoenix-Contact/1985807?qs=%2Fha2pyFaduiW9jC3Ap4jRsa%252BXy6woAMAAzNeEo%252BTJoE=). For 40 ch, we have: 1. D-sub 25 pin + FFC + 2.54 mm pin header (M2) 2. Banana type multiconnector + 2.54 mm pin header (M3) #DC output #connector
  • Which DC supply do you use to get the effective 15 bit resolution? We find a DC supply with 20A output (Keysight E36233A) which can cover the 12A output requirement. https://www.meilhaus.de/en/e36233a.htm Maybe you don’t have this specific DC supply, but could you help to evaluate by experience how much resolution we will lose?
    We use Rockseed Power supply RS305D and this power supply noise performance is similar with Siglent SPD3303X-E. Based on the specification sheet, the Keysight E36233A would have better performance than Rockseed and Siglent. #effective resolution #resolution loss #power supply noise
  • While we connect the XPOW/XDAC to the Device Under Test (DUT), can we read the current on each channel? How is the resolution?
    Yes, you can read the current on each channel. The sensor’s reading resolution is 30. #current reading #resolution
  • Would it be possible to request higher power output on each channel?
    Yes, it is possible. We can configure the XPOW/ XDAC into your power requirement but it would need additional lead time. #custom order #power output
  • Can I use this product with Labview without using premium one ?
    You may use XPOW with Labview without premium upgrade. However you need to make sure that you have the right serial configuration. #labview #premium software
  • Can you give a bit detail about “sequence” option ?
    Sequence option usually used for automation. You could set delay per channel to be automated and you can set intended voltage and current. #sequence #GUI feature
  • How difficult will it be to communicate with the board using our own custom software?
    We have a serial command library for Python. So basically you can send command through GUI programming platform such as Python or Processing. #scpicommand #control
  • How does the test option work on the Graphical User Interface?
    The options provide you with different features. Basic option features: slider, voltage reading, current reading, enable SCPI command. Premium option features : Basic option + notes, lock, save & load setting, record, sequence, programming template, range span configuration. #Graphical User Interface #GUI features
  • How to Install the GUI?
    Installation guide can be found in video format under the support tab. #GUI #installation guide
  • I have problem with installing the driver, do I need to install java or python first ?
    You have to install the java first, then if you want to do Dynamic programming you can install Python. #driver install #python #java
  • I need a script guide to flexibly control the source, does the source support Arduino language?
    Yes, it support. #script guide #arduino
  • I will access the device via SCPI from LV/Python. Any additional required accessories?
    There is no additional accessories for you to be able to control XDAC via SCPI. #SCPI #software
  • If we have a problem such an error in GUI, how should I update my software ?
    Please download the software in Nicslab website. You will need your XPOW/XDAC key to download the software. #software download #GUI error
  • If we want to setup the sequence, what the max sequence length is ?
    The loop can be set unlimited. The template we provide is 4096 sequence. #GUI sequence #loop
  • In GUI for XPOW-8AX-CCvCV, when its connected and running, I was trying to change the current or voltage with the slider I see number in the 10000 meanwhile the voltage or current readout display 0.0. what happened ?
    It seems you still have connection issue with the com port. You need to select the com port before you turn it on. #GUI error #voltage readout #current readout
  • In GUI, What does the number in the slider mean ?
    The number mean the bit representation. 0-65535 (16-bit) equal to 0-28V. #GUI feature
  • Is there any possibility to “tune” the system so we can gain some more accuracy in the current sensing? Of course, at the expense of losing the upper current ranges.
    Yes, you are right. #current sensing #sensing accuracy
  • There is the chance also that we want to control it through a Raspberry Pi (Linux-based), could we do that by directly plugging the USB/ethernet into the system, or would we need some kind of driver first. Do you thing that would be possible?
    Yes, it is possible. You can do that by directly plugging the USB/ethernet into the system. #remote connection #raspberry pi
  • We plan to control the instrument remotely embedded in our software. For that purpose, we would like to know if it would be possible to control it via LabView? I assume so, since I read that it has the capability of SCPI commands.
    Yes, it is possible. Some of our customers also use it with the same purpose. #SCPI command #remote connection
  • What is the difference between basic and premium software?
    Basic features: slider, voltage reading, current reading, enable SCPI command. Premium features: Basic + notes, lock, save & load setting, record, sequence, programming template, range span configuration. #GUI #software features #SCPI command
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