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The SIGLENT SPD series of power supplies offer constant current mode. This setting limits the current output of the specified channel and can be used as a constant current source and to protect your device-under-test (DUT). In this tip, we show the typical performance of the SPD as it switches between constant voltage (CV) and … Continued
The SPD series of power supplies feature remote programming capabilities and can be controlled via USB or LAN connection. In this note, we will use Python and PyVISA to create a program that will connect to an SPD, enable the output, delay, and then disable the output. There are two areas that differ from some … Continued
All SIGLENT instruments (except for the SHS1000 and SHS800 hand-held oscilloscopes) support SCPI remote control commands. For more information, download the specific instrument programming guide located on the product page.
The SIGLENT SPD3000 series of power supplies can be upgraded remotely using a computer, USB cable, and SIGLENT EasyPower software. 1. Download EasyPower from the firmware & software tab of the SPD Product Page 2. Download the latest firmware from the firmware and software tab of the SPD Product Page. Unzip the file using a … Continued
Linear DC regulated power supplies (“linear supplies”) alter the output voltage to the required value through the power frequency (50/60 Hz alternating current) voltage transformer. After being lowered (or raised) to the appropriate AC voltage value, the waveform is rectified, filtered, and stabilized by a voltage regulation circuit, and is then output as a regulated … Continued
Excerpt from the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board: http://anab.org/news/newsletter/winter-2014/nist-traceability-statements NIST Traceability Statements Many calibration customers request on their accredited calibration certificates a statement that the measurement is traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). They want assurance that the standards used for the calibration are ultimately traceable to the International System of Units … Continued