5. Selecting a DUT

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Edition Date: July 2020

Part Number: 374564Y-01

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Calibration Executive: DUT Selection page

The DUT Selection page displays DUTs detected on the system in an array format, which enables back-to-back calibration of multiple instances of the same model DUTs. Note that the array displays a maximum of four rows of devices at a time; use the scroll bar to view any additional DUTs detected on the system.

The array contains a row for each instance of the DUT detected on the system, and each row contains the following fields:

  • DUT - Row identifier for an instance of the device under test (DUT). Select this box to enable calibration. Deselect this box to exclude the device from calibration.
  • Device ID - Unique identifier of the DUT in this device row.
  • Name - Model name of the DUT in this device row.
  • Location - Discernable location (if available) of the DUT in this device row.
  • Serial No - Hardware serial number of the DUT in this device row.
  • Tracking No - Customer-specific tracking number. Values entered into this field will be cached and recorded for future use.

In the DUT Selection page, do the following:

  1. Select the DUT row for each device instance to be calibrated, or select Calibrate? to toggle the selection of all instances.
  2. Unless autopopulated, enter the serial number of each device to be calibrated in the appropriate Serial No fields.
  3. (Optional) Enter a tracking number for each device to be calibrated in the appropriate Tracking No fields.
  4. Click Finish to launch the calibration procedure.

Device Identifiers

After you launch the procedure, a dialog box appears in which you must enter a device identifier such as a device number, device name, or resource name. This dialog box varies depending on which device you are calibrating.

Note Note  In some device procedures, the device identifier is required in the DUT Selection page, rather than in a separate dialog box.

This device identifier is assigned by Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) when you configure the hardware in MAX. To find this information, launch MAX, expand Devices and Interfaces, and locate the device in the list.


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