Xantrex Technology XDC 40-300 manual

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    XDC 6000 W att and 12000 W att Series Digital Pr ogr ammable DC P ower Supply Oper ating Manual XDC [...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page ii Mon day, July 17, 2006 11:19 AM[...]

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    XDC 6000 Watt and 12000 Watt Series Digital Programmable Power Supply Operating Manual TM-XDOP-01XN.[...]

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    About Xantrex Xantrex T echnology Inc. is a world-le ading supplier of advan ced power electronics a[...]

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    iii About This Manual Purpose The purpose of this Operatin g Manual is to provide explanations and p[...]

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    iv TM-XDOP-01XN Organization This Manual is or ganized into five chapters and 5 appendixes: Chapter [...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN v Conventions Used The following co nventions are used in thi s guide. Related Informat[...]

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    vi TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page vi Mon day, July 17, 2006 11:19 AM[...]

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    vii Important Safety Instructions W ARNING: High ener gy and high voltage Exercise caution when usin[...]

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    viii TM-XDOP-01XN Approvals Units bearing the c(CSA)us mark are certified by CSA to the following: C[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN ix IEC Symbols Used in This Manual Earth (Ground) T erminal Protective Conductor T ermi[...]

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    x TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page x Monday, July 17, 2006 11:19 AM[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN xi Important Safety Instructions Approvals - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    xii TM-XDOP-01XN Current Mode Operation Check - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN xiii Recall Settings - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    xiv TM-XDOP-01XN Configuration - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN xv Fold Protection - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    xvi TM-XDOP-01XN Message Available (MAV) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN xvii B Calibration (6000 Watt only) Overview - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    xviii TM-XDOP-01XN Terminating Characters - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN xix Mechanical Specifications - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -[...]

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    xx TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page xx Mond ay, July 17, 2006 11 :19 AM[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN xxi Figure 1-1 Front Panel (6000 Watt) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    xxii TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page xxii M onday, July 17, 2006 11:19 AM[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN xxiii Table 1-1 Item Descriptions for Figure 1-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    xxiv TM-XDOP-01XN Table A-1 Specifications for 6000 Watt units (10V to 60V Models) - - - - - - - - -[...]

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    1 About The XDC P ower Supply Chapter 1 lists the features of the XDC and shows diagrams of the fron[...]

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    About T he XDC P o wer Supply 1–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview The XDC Series of digital, programmable DC[...]

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    F r ont P anel TM-XDOP-01XN 1–3 Front P anel Figure 1-1 F ront P anel (6000 Watt) T able 1-1 Item [...]

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    About T he XDC P o wer Supply 1–4 TM-XDOP-01XN Figure 1-2 F ront P anel (12000 W att) T able 1-2 I[...]

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    F r ont P anel TM-XDOP-01XN 1–5 Figure 1-3 Ke y p a d T able 1-3 Item Descriptions for F igure 1-3[...]

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    About T he XDC P o wer Supply 1–6 TM-XDOP-01XN 9 RECALL settings key: Apply stored power su pply s[...]

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    F r ont P anel TM-XDOP-01XN 1–7 T able 1-4 F ront P anel Functions K ey Functions V oltage Setpoin[...]

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    About T he XDC P o wer Supply 1–8 TM-XDOP-01XN REMOT E CONFIG RS-232 GPIB Analog Multichannel Sele[...]

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    Display TM-XDOP-01XN 1–9 Display Status Annunciators Figure 1-4 Fr o n t Pa n e l D i s p l a y T [...]

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    About T he XDC P o wer Supply 1–10 TM-XDOP-01XN T able 1-6 Item Descriptions for F igure 1-5 Item [...]

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    Rear P anel TM-XDOP-01XN 1–11 Rear Panel Figure 1-6 Rear P anel (6000 W att) (low and medium outpu[...]

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    About T he XDC P o wer Supply 1–12 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview of Operation Po w e r O N Power ON descri[...]

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    2 Installation Chapter 2 explains how to mount and wire the XDC and also how to perform basic functi[...]

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    Installation 2–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview Chapter 2, “Installation” p rovides recommendations and[...]

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    Inspection, Cleaning, and P ackaging TM-XDOP-01XN 2–3 If the unit is damaged, save all pack aging [...]

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    Installation 2–4 TM-XDOP-01XN Location, Mounting , and V entilation Use the power supply in rack-m[...]

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    Location, Mounting, and V entilation TM-XDOP-01XN 2–5 Figure 2-2 Unpacking the P ower Supply (6000[...]

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    Installation 2–6 TM-XDOP-01XN Ve n t i l a t i o n Allow cooling air to reach the ventilation inle[...]

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    AC Input P ower TM-XDOP-01XN 2–7 AC I n p u t Po w e r A C Input Connector The AC input connector [...]

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    Installation 2–8 TM-XDOP-01XN AC I n p u t W i r e The manufa cturer recommends th e AC inpu t wir[...]

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    AC Input P ower TM-XDOP-01XN 2–9 A C W ire Input Connection for 6000 W See Figure 2-5 on page 2–[...]

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    Installation 2–10 TM-XDOP-01XN Figure 2-5 Attaching the AC Input Wires for 6000 W att units TM-XDO[...]

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    AC Input P ower TM-XDOP-01XN 2–11 A C W ire Input Connection for 12000 W See Figure 2-6 on page 2?[...]

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    Installation 2–12 TM-XDOP-01XN Figure 2-6 Attaching the A C Input Wires for 12000 W att units left[...]

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    Basic Checks or Sel f-T ests TM-XDOP-01XN 2–13 Basic Checks or Self-T ests The functional test pro[...]

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    Installation 2–14 TM-XDOP-01XN 3. Turn the front panel AC power switch to ON. After a short power-[...]

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    Basic Checks or Sel f-T ests TM-XDOP-01XN 2–15 6. Press OUT ON/OFF to turn the DC output OFF . Cur[...]

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    Installation 2–16 TM-XDOP-01XN Load Wiring When connecting load wiring to the powe r supply , cons[...]

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    Load Wiring TM-XDOP-01XN 2–17 Noise and Impedance Effects T o minimize n oise pickup or radiation,[...]

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    Installation 2–18 TM-XDOP-01XN Load Connections Make load connections at the rear of th e power su[...]

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    Load Connections TM-XDOP-01XN 2–19 6. Ensure that the positive and negative wi res are arranged so[...]

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    Installation 2–20 TM-XDOP-01XN Output Strain Relief/Cover See Figure 2-8 and Figure 2-9 for inst a[...]

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    Load Connections TM-XDOP-01XN 2–21 Figure 2-9 Output for 12000 Watt units (low and medium voltage)[...]

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    Installation 2–22 TM-XDOP-01XN Figure 2-10 Output Cover with Strain Relief for 6000 W att units (h[...]

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    Load Connections TM-XDOP-01XN 2–23 Figure 2-11 Output for 12000 Watt units (high voltage 300–600[...]

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    Installation 2–24 TM-XDOP-01XN Remote Sensing The power supply regulates the output voltage at the[...]

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    3 Oper ation Chapter 3 explains how to po wer on and power of f the power supply . It provides infor[...]

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    Operation 3–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview Once you have installed the power supply and connected both th[...]

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    P ower Supply Operating States TM-XDOP-01XN 3–3 P ower Supply Operating States The power supply ha[...]

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    Operation 3–4 TM-XDOP-01XN P ower Supply Regulation Modes The power supply h as 3 regulation modes[...]

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    Remote Control Modes TM-XDOP-01XN 3–5 Remote Control Modes A number of control interfaces are avai[...]

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    Operation 3–6 TM-XDOP-01XN 4. OUT ON/OFF: This is a toggle key that enables and disables the power[...]

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    F ront P anel Controls TM-XDOP-01XN 3–7 10. DISPLA Y CFG: Sets up the display to show the desired [...]

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    Operation 3–8 TM-XDOP-01XN P ower Supply Operation This section describes how to configure and ope[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–9 Set P ower The POWER SETPOINT menu option lets you select[...]

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    Operation 3–10 TM-XDOP-01XN Set Output Protection Seven configurable prot ectio n mechanisms are a[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–11 T o set the Over -V oltage Protection: The other protect[...]

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    Operation 3–12 TM-XDOP-01XN T o set the Over -Curre nt Protection: T o set the Under-Curr ent Pr o[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–13 T o set the Over -Power Protection: T o set the Under -P[...]

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    Operation 3–14 TM-XDOP-01XN Fold Protection options are: • None: Fold protection disabled • CC[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–15 Set Shutdown Recovery for A C Off and O TP The Shutdown [...]

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    Operation 3–16 TM-XDOP-01XN Respond to Alarms If there is a protection alarm, press the PROT SET/A[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–17 The possible ala rm s are : Shutdown vs Protection Alarm[...]

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    Operation 3–18 TM-XDOP-01XN Set Up Remote Control The power supply can be co ntrolled locally with[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–19 Select Remote Control Source The REMOTE SELECT menu opti[...]

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    Operation 3–20 TM-XDOP-01XN Configure Remote Contr ol Source The REMOTE CONFIG menu option lets yo[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–21 Store User Settings If you have a frequent or co nstant [...]

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    Operation 3–22 TM-XDOP-01XN T o create and save a user setting: 1. Set up the power supply with al[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–23 Recall Settings After you have saved one or more setting[...]

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    Operation 3–24 TM-XDOP-01XN T o restore the last setting: T o select a stor ed us er setting: T o [...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–25 T able 3-1 Settings Affected by Recall Fe atur e F actor[...]

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    Operation 3–26 TM-XDOP-01XN Read Error Messag es The ERROR MSGS menu option lets you di spla y up [...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–27 Configure User Lines The USER LINES menu option lets you[...]

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    Operation 3–28 TM-XDOP-01XN T o access and work with the USER LINES menu option: Aux line B has be[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–29 Configure P ower ON Settings The Power ON configuration [...]

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    Operation 3–30 TM-XDOP-01XN F actory Preset Selecting Factory Preset lets you restore the factory [...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–31 User Setting User Setting lets you restore a cu stom set[...]

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    Operation 3–32 TM-XDOP-01XN Last Setting Selecting Last Setting lets you restore the settings th a[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–33 Progr am Auto Sequence The AUT O SEQ PGM menu option is [...]

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    Operation 3–34 TM-XDOP-01XN 1 1 Enter the step OVP level. S01 ####V 12 Set Step T ime 13 or . Use [...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–35 Setting step advance by time: This procedure is continue[...]

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    Operation 3–36 TM-XDOP-01XN Deleting a Sequence This option allows you to delete an entire sequenc[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–37 Editing a Sequence Step This option allows you to edit a[...]

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    Operation 3–38 TM-XDOP-01XN Inserting a Sequence Step This option allows you to insert a partic ul[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–39 Deleting a Sequence Step This option allows you to delet[...]

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    Operation 3–40 TM-XDOP-01XN Editing Repeat Times of a Sequence This option allows you to ed it the[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–41 Editing T rigger Sour ce of a Sequence When steps are pr[...]

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    Operation 3–42 TM-XDOP-01XN Using Auto Sequencing Auto Sequence programs can be set to run as a Po[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–43 Configure Display The DISPLA Y CONFIG menu option allows[...]

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    Operation 3–44 TM-XDOP-01XN Lock Out Control Knobs The KNOB LOCKOUT menu option allows you to lock[...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–45 T o lock out only the V oltage knob: If you attempt to u[...]

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    Operation 3–46 TM-XDOP-01XN T o set the voltage limits: Step # Do This Y ou Will See 1 ERROR MSGS [...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–47 T o set the current limits : Step # Do This Y ou Will Se[...]

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    Operation 3–48 TM-XDOP-01XN T o set the power limit: Step # Do This Y ou W ill See 1E R R O R M S [...]

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    P ower Supply Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 3–49 Slew Rate The slew rate is calculated as a functio n of [...]

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    Operation 3–50 TM-XDOP-01XN The combination must not ex ceed 1%/30us. Though the software will att[...]

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    Default Display TM-XDOP-01XN 3–51 Default Display The default display normally shows the readback [...]

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    Operation 3–52 TM-XDOP-01XN TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page 52 Mond ay, July 17, 2006 11 :19 AM[...]

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    4 Remote Oper ation Chapter 4 provides an overview of how to use remote analog control, gives inform[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview In addition to front panel o peration, the power supply[...]

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    Making Connections for Remote Control TM-XDOP-01XN 4–3 Making Connections for Remote Control See F[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–4 TM-XDOP-01XN Remote Analog Operation Analog Connections The analog interface [...]

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    Remote Analog Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–5 Radiated emissions Add a ferrite block to the ana log pro[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–6 TM-XDOP-01XN Pin Connections T able 4-1 User Line Pins Pin # Function Input/O[...]

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    Remote Analog Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–7 The analog setpoint and readback p ins may be configured [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–8 TM-XDOP-01XN Configure Analog Contr ol Y ou may configure the analog programm[...]

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    Remote Analog Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–9 Press the LCL/RMT button to begin remote oper ation via t[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–10 TM-XDOP-01XN Using Remote Analog Control Connect your programming voltage so[...]

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    Multichannel Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–11 Multichannel Operation Multichannel Connections Y ou may [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–12 TM-XDOP-01XN Configuration Before connecting a power supply to a mu ltichann[...]

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    Multichannel Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–13 Setup 1. Connect p ower supplies to be contro lled via th[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–14 TM-XDOP-01XN Using Multicha nnel Operation Once the power supplies ha ve bee[...]

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    Multichannel Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–15 Multichannel Commands T o send a command to a multichanne[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–16 TM-XDOP-01XN RS-232 Operation RS-232 Connection Use a standard null mo dem c[...]

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    RS-232 Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–17 Configuration Front P anel First set the RS-232 parameters: Nex[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–18 TM-XDOP-01XN SCPI Set the band rate: SYST:COMM:SER:BAUD {1200 | 2400 | 4800 [...]

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    GPIB Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–19 GPIB Operation GPIB Connection The GPIB port is a special GPIB fe[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–20 TM-XDOP-01XN Configuration Configure the power supply’ s GPIB address and [...]

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    GPIB Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 4–21 SCPI T o set up GPIB control parameters: SYST:COMM:GPIB:ADDR <[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–22 TM-XDOP-01XN SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces These SCPI commands are fo[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–23 Last Setting Selecting Last Setting lets yo[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–24 TM-XDOP-01XN P ower On Output State Y ou may also change the output state wh[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–25 Store User Settings If you have a frequent [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–26 TM-XDOP-01XN T o recall last settings: If you wish to recall the settings pr[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–27 Progr am V ,I,P SCPI T o ch ange setpoints:[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–28 TM-XDOP-01XN T o ch eck ranges: SOUR:VOLT:LIM:HIGH? SOUR:VOLT:LIM:LOW? SOUR:[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–29 Configure V , I, P Protection Limits Over -[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–30 TM-XDOP-01XN Over -Curr ent Protection T o set the Over -Curr ent Protection[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–31 Over -P ower Protection T o set the Over-Po[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–32 TM-XDOP-01XN Configure Other Pr otection Mechanisms Fold Protection Fold pro[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–33 A C Off Protection The user has the option [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–34 TM-XDOP-01XN Configure Auxiliary Status Lines T o set up Auxiliary line A: O[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–35 The user can select polarity for either of [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–36 TM-XDOP-01XN Tr i g g e r i n g C o m m a n d s T riggers are event-driven s[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–37 Auto Sequencing Auto Sequencing allows user[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–38 TM-XDOP-01XN Progr amming Sequences Select Sequence to Program PROGram:NAME [...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–39 • FORever and INFinity cau se the sequenc[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–40 TM-XDOP-01XN Auto Sequence Operation Select Sequence to Run PROGram:NAME <[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–41 Slew Rate The slew rate is calculated as a [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–42 TM-XDOP-01XN Identification Query The identification query comm and returns [...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–43 Status Registers The Status Regi ster struc[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–44 TM-XDOP-01XN OPERation Status Register The operation status register is a 16[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–45 Figure 4-4 Operation Stat us Registers PROT[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–46 TM-XDOP-01XN T able 4-9 OPERation Status Register Bit Bit W eight Bit Name D[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–47 REGulating Sub-Register This describes the [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–48 TM-XDOP-01XN Protection SHUTdown Sub-Register T able 4-12 Protection SHUTdow[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–49 Remote CONtrol Sub-Register This identifies[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–50 TM-XDOP-01XN Current SHare Sub-Register This register shows the state of the[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–51 Figure 4-5 Questionable Status Registers No[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–52 TM-XDOP-01XN T able 4-15 QUEStionable Status Register Bit Bit W eight Bit Na[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–53 VOL T ag e Sub-Register This shows whether [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–54 TM-XDOP-01XN TEMPerature Sub-Register This shows whether the temperature of [...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–55 Status Byte The Status byte register contai[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–56 TM-XDOP-01XN Error/Event Queue (ERR) This bit it TRUE if any errors ar e pre[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–57 • Stat us Byte bit 3 AND Service Request [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–58 TM-XDOP-01XN Status Register Commands In the following sections <s tatus-[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–59 IEEE 488.2 Status and Event Commands Clear [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–60 TM-XDOP-01XN T o clea r the Service Req uest Enable Reg ister send "*SR[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–61 Power -on S tatus Clear The Power-On S tatu[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–62 TM-XDOP-01XN Operation Status Register Commands Query Operation S tatus Regi[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–63 Regulating Sub-Register Commands Query Regu[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–64 TM-XDOP-01XN Shutdown Sub-Register Commands Query Shutdown Event SCPI comman[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–65 Protection Shutdown Sub-Register Commands Q[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–66 TM-XDOP-01XN Query Remote Control Condition SCPI command: STATus[<channel[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–67 Current Shar e Sub-Register Commands Query [...]

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    Remote Operation 4–68 TM-XDOP-01XN Questionable Status Register Commands Query Questionable S tatu[...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–69 V oltage Sub-Register Commands Query V olta[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–70 TM-XDOP-01XN Current Sub-Register Commands Query Current Sub-Register Event [...]

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    SCPI Commands for Digital Interfaces TM-XDOP-01XN 4–71 P ow er Sub-Register Commands Query Power S[...]

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    Remote Operation 4–72 TM-XDOP-01XN T emperature Sub-Register Commands Query Questionable T emperat[...]

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    5 Curr ent Sharing Chapter 5 explains what curren t sharing is, and shows how to configure and opera[...]

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    Current Sharing 5–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview In many applications multiple power supp lies are connec[...]

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    Setting up Current Sharing TM-XDOP-01XN 5–3 Setting up Current Sharing T o set up multiple supplie[...]

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    Current Sharing 5–4 TM-XDOP-01XN STAT:OPER:CSH:COND? See T able 4-14, “Current SHare Sub-Regist [...]

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    Operation TM-XDOP-01XN 5–5 Operation Once a current sharing network is setup, you may adj ust the [...]

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    Current Sharing 5–6 TM-XDOP-01XN Error s The master annuciator will flash if it does not detect an[...]

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    A Specifications and Char acteristics Appendix A lists all of the electrical, environmental and mech[...]

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    Specifications and Characteristics A–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Electrical Specifications—Summary T able A-1[...]

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    Electrical Specifications—Summary TM-XDOP-01XN A–3 ) T able A-2 Specifications for 6000 W att un[...]

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    Specifications and Characteristics A–4 TM-XDOP-01XN T able A-3 Specifications for 12000 W att unit[...]

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    Electrical Specifications—Summary TM-XDOP-01XN A–5 T able A-4 Specifications for 12000 W att uni[...]

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    Specifications and Characteristics A–6 TM-XDOP-01XN A C Line Input Specifications The input to the[...]

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    Output P erformance Specifications TM-XDOP-01XN A–7 Output P erformance Specifications These speci[...]

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    Specifications and Characteristics A–8 TM-XDOP-01XN T ypical Programming Resolutio n T ypical Meas[...]

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    Output P erformance Specifications TM-XDOP-01XN A–9 30 Minute Dri ft 1 8 Hour Drift T emperature S[...]

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    Specifications and Characteristics A–10 TM-XDOP-01XN User Line Interface Includes auxiliary status[...]

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    Output P erformance Specifications TM-XDOP-01XN A–11 T r ansient Response Time 1 T ime to recover [...]

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    Specifications and Characteristics A–12 TM-XDOP-01XN Environmental Specification Thermal Specifica[...]

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    International Approvals TM-XDOP-01XN A–13 International Approvals Units bearing the c(CSA)us mark [...]

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    Specifications and Characteristics A–14 TM-XDOP-01XN Mechanical Specification We i g h t 6000 W : [...]

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    Mechanical Specification TM-XDOP-01XN A–15 Figure A-2 P ower Supply Dimensio ns (12000 W att unit)[...]

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    A–16 TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page 16 Mond ay, July 17, 2006 11 :19 AM[...]

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    B Calibr ation (6000 W att only) Appendix B lists the calibrati on procedures for the 6000 W unit. I[...]

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    Calibration (6000 W att only) B–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview The calibration of the unit is software de[...]

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    Entering Calibration Mode TM-XDOP-01XN B–3 Entering Calibration Mode Calibration mode can be enter[...]

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    Calibration (6000 W att only) B–4 TM-XDOP-01XN • ANLG V PGM 10V : Calibrate 10V analog programmi[...]

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    Entering Calibration Mode TM-XDOP-01XN B–5 Security code T o protect calibration data, a security [...]

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    Calibration (6000 W att only) B–6 TM-XDOP-01XN Setup and Equipment • 6 digit DVM • current shu[...]

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    F ront P anel Calibration Procedure TM-XDOP-01XN B–7 Front P anel Calibration Pr ocedur e Calibrat[...]

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    Calibration (6000 W att only) B–8 TM-XDOP-01XN 5. Maximum calibration level The power supply will [...]

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    F ront P anel Calibration Procedure TM-XDOP-01XN B–9 Analog Progr amming Interface V oltage Readba[...]

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    Calibration (6000 W att only) B–10 TM-XDOP-01XN 7. Power supply calculates and stores calibration [...]

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    Remote Interface Calibration Procedure TM-XDOP-01XN B–11 Remote Interface Calibration Pr ocedure C[...]

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    Calibration (6000 W att only) B–12 TM-XDOP-01XN 5. Enter current data Enter the current read from [...]

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    Remote Interface Calibration Procedure TM-XDOP-01XN B–13 Analog Progr amming Interface V oltage Re[...]

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    Calibration (6000 W att only) B–14 TM-XDOP-01XN 5. Enter voltage data Enter the voltage at the cur[...]

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    Exit calibration mode TM-XDOP-01XN B–15 Exit calibration mode When you have complete d calibration[...]

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    B–16 TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page 16 Mond ay, July 17, 2006 11 :19 AM[...]

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    C SCPI Command Refer ence Appendix C provides a summary of the S tandard Commands for Programmable I[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Codes and Standards This power supply conforms to th e fol[...]

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    IEEE-488.2/SCPI Syntax and Style TM-XDOP-01XN C–3 IEEE-488.2/SCPI Syntax and Style P a ram e te rs[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–4 TM-XDOP-01XN SCPI Command Hierar chy SCPI is an ASCII-based command lan[...]

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    Using SCPI Commands TM-XDOP-01XN C–5 Using SCPI Commands Throughout these comman ds, the optional [...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–6 TM-XDOP-01XN The following punctua tion is not sent with the command st[...]

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    Using SCPI Commands TM-XDOP-01XN C–7 T erminating Character s Every command string must end with a[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–8 TM-XDOP-01XN Pa r a m e t e r Ty p e s Several different data types are[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–9 SCPI Command Summary The SCPI commands supported by the this[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–10 TM-XDOP-01XN T able C-1 IEEE 488.2 Commands Function SCPI Commands Des[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–11 Query Power On Status Clear *PSC? [:]STATus[<channel>[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–12 TM-XDOP-01XN Tr i g g e r *TRG Trigger commands. Analogous to the IEEE[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–13 T able C-3 Commands for Output Control Function SCPI Comman[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–14 TM-XDOP-01XN Query Under Current Protection Tr i p p e d [[:]SOURce][&[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–15 Set High Current Limit [[:]SOURce][<channel>]:CURRent[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–16 TM-XDOP-01XN T able C-5 Commands for Calibration Function SCPI Command[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–17 Enter Analog V oltage Readback Output Data [:]CALibration[&[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–18 TM-XDOP-01XN T able C-7 Commands for F old Protection Function SCPI Co[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–19 T able C-9 System Commands Function SCPI Command Descriptio[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–20 TM-XDOP-01XN Ta b l e C - 1 0 Status Commands Function SCPI Command De[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–21 Set Operation Status Current Sharing Negative Transition Re[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–22 TM-XDOP-01XN Query Operation Status Regulating Event Register [:]STATu[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–23 Set Operation Status Shutdown Protection Enable Regis ter [[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–24 TM-XDOP-01XN Set Questionable Status Positive T ransition Register [:][...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–25 Set Questionable Sta tu s P ow e r Negative Transition Regi[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–26 TM-XDOP-01XN Query Questionable Status V oltage Event Register [:]STAT[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–27 Ta b l e C - 1 1 Protection Commands Function SCPI Command [...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–28 TM-XDOP-01XN Ta b l e C - 1 3 Output State Function SCPI Command Descr[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–29 Ta b l e C - 1 4 Auto Sequence Commands Function SCPI Comma[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–30 TM-XDOP-01XN Program selected sequence step voltage [:]PROGram[<cha[...]

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    SCPI Command Summary TM-XDOP-01XN C–31 Program specific sequence step current [:]PROGram[<chann[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–32 TM-XDOP-01XN Ta b l e C - 1 5 Legacy Commands Function SCPI Command De[...]

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    Expressions TM-XDOP-01XN C–33 Notes: All legacy commands that change a value conform to the same r[...]

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    SCPI Command Reference C–34 TM-XDOP-01XN power A numeric value as defined by SCPI. M ay also be MA[...]

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    D Err or Messag es Appendix D lists all the error codes and their meanings. TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page 1[...]

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    Error Messages D–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview Errors are placed in a queue as they are detected. The qu[...]

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    Execution Er ror List TM-XDOP-01XN D–3 Execution Error List An error in the range [-299, -200] ind[...]

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    Error Messages D–4 TM-XDOP-01XN -284 Program currently running Certain operations d ealing with au[...]

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    Device-Specific Error List TM-XDOP-01XN D–5 Device-Specific Error List An error in the range [-399[...]

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    Error Messages D–6 TM-XDOP-01XN Query Error List An error number in the range [-499, -400] indicat[...]

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    F ront P anel Error Codes TM-XDOP-01XN D–7 Front P anel Error Codes CPU Error Codes Analog Progr a[...]

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    Error Messages D–8 TM-XDOP-01XN CANbus Error Codes Multichannel Error Codes Multichannel functiona[...]

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    Current Share Error Codes TM-XDOP-01XN D–9 Current Shar e Err or Codes Ta b l e D - 1 3 Current Sh[...]

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    D–10 TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page 10 Mond ay, July 17, 2006 11 :19 AM[...]

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    E GPIB Appendix E describes the General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) commands and line s supported b[...]

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    GPIB E–2 TM-XDOP-01XN Overview This power supply can be programmed from a remote terminal using a [...]

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    Protocol Specifications TM-XDOP-01XN E–3 Protocol Specifications Multiline Control Functions IEEE [...]

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    GPIB E–4 TM-XDOP-01XN Electrical Specifications Driver Requirements IEEE 488.2 (Section 3. 3). Dri[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN WA–1 W arranty and Pr oduct Information Wa r r a n t y What does this warranty cover?[...]

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    W arranty and Product Information WA–2 TM-XDOP-01XN What does this warranty not cover? This Limi t[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN WA–3 Return Material Authorization P olicy Before returning a product directly to Xan[...]

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    W arranty and Product Information WA–4 TM-XDOP-01XN Out of W arr anty Service If the warranty peri[...]

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    A AC input connector 1–11, 2–7 AC input power 2–7 AC input wires connecting 2–9, 2–11 illu[...]

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    Index IX–2 TM-XDOP-01XN SCPI 1– 2 selecting remote control source 3–19 CP display annunciator [...]

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    Index TM-XDOP-01XN IX–3 EXIT 1–6, 3–6 LCL/RMT 1–5, 3–6 MENU 1–6 OUT ON/OFF 1–5, 3–6 [...]

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    Index IX–4 TM-XDOP-01XN MODEL INFO 3–7 PON CONFIG 3–6 POWER SETP T 3–6 REMOTE CONFIG 3–6 R[...]

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    Index TM-XDOP-01XN IX–5 Q query errors, list of D–6 R rack mounting illustrated 2–6 procedure [...]

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    Index IX–6 TM-XDOP-01XN status register 4–43 commands 4–58 condition 4–43 current 4–53 cur[...]

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    TM-XDOP-01XN.book Page 7 Monday, July 17, 2006 11:19 AM[...]

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