Source:Pulse Voltage:Pulse Bias Current Limit Low Property

NI DC Power Supplies and SMUs Help (NI-DCPower)

Edition Date: January 2018

Part Number: 370736U-01

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Short Name: Pulse Bias Current Limit Low

Property of niDCPower

Specifies the minimum current, in amps, that the output can produce when generating the desired pulse voltage on the specified channel(s) during the off phase of a pulse.

This property is applicable only if the Compliance Limit Symmetry property is set to Asymmetric and the Output Function property is set to Pulse Voltage.

You must also specify a Pulse Bias Current Limit High to complete the asymmetric range.

Note  The channel must be enabled and the output relay must be connected for the specified limit to take effect. Refer to the Output Enabled property and the Output Connected property for more information about enabling the output channel and connecting the output relay respectively.
Note  Refer to Supported Properties by Device for information about supported devices.

Valid Values: [-Pulse Current Limit Range, -1% of Pulse Current Limit Range]

  • The range bounded by the limit high and limit low must include zero.
Note  The limit may be extended beyond the selected limit range if the Overranging Enabled property is set to TRUE or if the Output Function property is set to a pulsing function.

Default Value: Refer to Supported Properties by Device for the default value by device.

Related Topics:


Changing Ranges



The following table lists the characteristics of this property.

Datatype fD
High-level VIs N/A
Channel-based Yes


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