niScope Configure Vertical

NI High-Speed Digitizers Help (NI-SCOPE)

Edition Date: January 2017

Part Number: 370592AB-01

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Configures the most commonly configured properties of the digitizer vertical subsystem, such as the range, offset, coupling, probe attenuation, and the channel name.

Note  Some features are not supported by all digitizers. Refer to Features Supported by Device for more information.

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niScope Configure Vertical

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instrument handle identifies a particular instrument session.

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channels specifies the channel from which to acquire data.

For more information, refer to Channel String Syntax.

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vertical range specifies the absolute value of the input range for a channel.

For example, to acquire a sine wave that spans between –5 and +5 V, set the vertical range to 10.0 V.

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vertical offset specifies the location of the center of the range with respect to ground.

For example, to acquire a sine wave that spans between 0.0 and 10.0 V, set this property to 5.0 V.

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probe attenuation specifies the probe attenuation for the input channel.

Default Value: 1

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vertical coupling specifies how to couple the input signal. When input coupling changes, the input stage takes a finite amount of time to settle.

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error in describes error conditions that occur before this node runs. This input provides standard error in functionality.

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channel enabled specifies whether the channel is enabled for acquisition.

Default Value: TRUE

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instrument handle out has the same value as the instrument handle.

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error out contains error information. This output provides standard error out functionality.

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