The offers a digitizing function that makes the load very convenient for recording transients in both voltage and current waveforms. Not sure how to do it. The result is that I have to generate an AVI file for each photo an video and after I have to concatenate them Low voltage operation is possible towards zero volts with corresponding reduced current levels see de-rating curves. That’s all fine, but my question is, if I use the integral function to sum the data over time, will it integrate across all of the data points in the buffer, or will it use only the piece of data at the end of the buffer?
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How can I do that? In addition to common constant current, constant voltage, constant power and constant resistance modes of conventional loads, the accepts digital data from DAQ cards or analog data from function generators to allow for complex waveforms to be created as depicted below. I’d be happy if someone could help me fix this problem! The series can simulate a wide range of dynamic loading applications, with programmable load levels, slew labvisw, duration, and conducting voltage.
I also attached the front panel screen shot to have a view how the xy hraph appears during the measurement. Dear all, I want to plot a xy lbview where the x and y inputs are coming from two different while loops.
Chroma’s Series Programmable Electronic Load integrates micro-processing capability into each load module to optimize the speed and control among multiple load modules. Ive attached both the main VI file and the test VI that contains the password prompt Thanks in advance and sorry for the terribly long post.
The dynamic loading mode can simulate different loading conditions for most test requirements. I am attaching the screen shots of the block diagram. My first attempt was to 66300 a weighting that would prefer the outer data instead of the central ones that is “weight1 no zero weights ” — red V-shaped curve.
I glued the original data with the interpolated Gauss3 to finally get rid of the sharp central peak. This VI is used in several places and in a few different programs and I want to make the change as minimally invasive as possible.
Most of my work is with express VIhowever. I like to be part of this wonderful community. Ive attached both the main VI file and the test VI that contains the password prompt.
There are mainly two things I don’t understand: The results is not publishable at all. If anyone can help that would be great.
The Chroma electronic load mainframe accepts the user-installable series load modules for easy system configuration. Dedicated remote load sensors and control circuits guarantee minimum waveform distortion during dynamic 36600.
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Run into this hcroma when install my application on another pc win xp. Disconnect the cable again it measure as 5v. To reconstruct the actual current waveform, one can simply upload the captured waveform data into any module via a Chroma softpanel. This is suitable for testing multiple output switch mode power supplies, and many other types of power products. However when Cchroma measure using a voltmeter I get 5v but when I connect the wiring for some reason it will only give me 1.
At the minimum voltage 0. The simulation on the PC indicates no errors whatsoever, but I realized that no data is written to the RT host when in actual use.
They are excellent for research, development, produc t ion, and incoming inspection applications. This gave errors, all datas must have the same size Is it possible and how? DC Electronic Load Model series.
All the indicators were added for debugging purposes. Gauss fit ignores or misinterprets weights? All load modules are configured to work independently, though testing can be carried out simultaneously at multiple outputs via remote control to simulate real life application.
This ensures the quality and reliability of the and provides protection to units under test.