EA-IF-E2

Manufacturer Part NumberEA-IF-E2
DescriptionINTERFACE ETHERNET (EA-PSI/BCI800R)
ManufacturerEA ELEKTRO-AUTOMATIK
EA-IF-E2 datasheet
 

Specifications of EA-IF-E2

SvhcNo SVHC (18-Jun-2010)Accessory TypeInterface Card
ApplicationsEngineering Laboratory And Complex Industrial ApplicationApproval BodiesCE / EN
Rohs CompliantYesFor Use WithEA Elektro-Automatik PSU
Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant  
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About the interface cards
[SOURce:]
RESistance
(Resistange range 1 or , depending on what is currently active)
[:LEVel]?
[:LEVel]
:HIGH
:HIGH?
:LOW
:LOW?
Examples:
RES1.300
Sets the desired internal resistance set value to 1.3Ω.
RES:HIGH?
Queries the least set resistance set value of Level A in Level A/B operation, of resistange range 1 or .
V. Set values for pulse width and rise time (Level A/B operation, electronic loads only)
(Specification according „1999 SCPI Command reference“:19 Source Subsystem)
Supported since firmware 3.01 and up.
The set values for the pulse widths of A (HIGH) and B (LOW), as well as the rise time can be queried anytime. Also see
items I. to IV. Setting them is only allowed if the, if Level A/B operation and remote control are activated. The time has to
be given in seconds. The ranges are determined like this:
Pulse width A or B: 0.0005s ... 100.0s
Rise time: 0.0003s ... 0.s
This results in a period (=pulse width A + B) of 100µs...00s period time, which corresponds to 10kHz...0,005Hz. The duty
cycle is thus adjustable from 50µs to 100s or 0,05% to 99,975%.
Note: time values must always be given with decimal place, else an error is returned.
[SOURce:]
PULSe
:TRANsition[:LEADing]
:TRANsition[:LEADing]?
:WIDTh
:HIGH
:HIGH?
:WIDTh
:LOW
:LOW?
Examples:
PULS:TRAN0.1s
Sets 100ms rise/fall time, independently from the period time
PULS:WIDT:HIGH50 .0
Sets 50s pulse width for Level A
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-><NRf>Unit
Queries the last set value for internal resistance
Level A or B, depending on what is currently active
<NRf+>[Unit]
Sets the internal resistance
Level A or B, depending on what is currently active
<NRf+>[Unit]
Set value for resistance of Level A in Level A/B operation
-><NRf>Unit
Query set value for resistance of Level A in Level A/B operation
<NRf+>[Unit]
Set value for resistance of Level B in Level A/B operation
-><NRf>Unit
Query set value for resistance of Level B in Level A/B operation
<Time>[Unit]
Set rise/fall time
-><Time>Unit
Query rise/fall time
<Time>[Unit]
Set pulse width Level A (higher level)
-><Time>Unit
Query pulse width Level A (higher level)
<Time>[Unit]
Set pulse width Level B (lower level)
-><Time>Unit
Query pulse width Level B (lower level)
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