National Instruments PXI-1042 manual
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NI PXI-1042 Power Supply Shuttle User Guide 2 ni.com What Y ou Need to Get Started ❑ PXI-1042 ch[...]
© National Instruments Corporation 3 NI PXI-1042 Power Supply Shuttle User Guide Installation [...]
NI PXI-1042 Power Supply Shuttle User Guide 4 ni.com Configuration The fan-speed selector switch i[...]
© National Instruments Corporation 5 NI PXI-1042 Power Supply Shuttle User Guide Efficiency .[...]
NI PXI-1042 Power Supply Shuttle User Guide 6 ni.com Over-voltage protectio n 3.3 V and 5 V.......[...]