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Models 2601A, 2602A, 2611A, 2612A, 2635A, 2636A
Models 2601B, 2602B, 2604B, 2611B, 2612B, 2614B, 2634B, 2635B, 2636B
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I'm not sure exactly what you are asking, it seems like multiple terms are in your question which refer to something other than your diagram.
So first, some clarification of the terms, then an answer to what I think is your question.
1) TSB is an abbreviation for Test Script Builder, which is an editor and development tool for TSP scripts for many of our instruments. TSP scripts are downloaded and executed ON the instrument. You can use TSB to write and test TSP scripts, and TSB is included at no charge with your instrument, or can be downloaded for free at our web site: http://www.tek.com/keithley-test-script-builder.
2) a node is what we call a single instrument connected to a TSP-Link network of instruments. For example, with the 2450 Source Meter, see http://www.tek.com/manual-topic/set-ext ... ommand-set and the section "Connections for the TSP command set". The TSP-Link allows you to send remote commands to just the first instrument (node) on the TSP-Link, and control and synchronize all instruments (nodes) on the TSP-Link.
3) You could write a TSP Script which will control the source level, measurement timing, sequence timing, compliance, etc. in the sequence described in your diagram. We sell several instruments that will do this: 2450, 2460, 2461, 2601B, 2602B, 2611B, 2612B, 2635B, and 2636B. The right one depends on test parameters.
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