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I used to do a 4-point measurement with a Keithley 2602B (2 Channel), but now i need the SourceMeter as a second current source for my coils. I want to do the 4-point measurement with an older Keithley 2400 (1 Channel), which uses the older SCPI commands.
I have some issues changing the code. For example there is this following line
fprintf(obj1, 'smub.source.output = smua.OUTPUT_OFF');
Can someone tell me what this means? Is it just a shorter way to disable both Outputs A and B or has it a specific meaning?
Thanks for the help.
The command "smub.source.output = smua.OUTPUT_OFF" simply turns SMUB off and has no effect on SMUA.
Technically speaking, writing it this way is bad form, but it works because both smua.OUTPUT_OFF and smub.OUTPUT_FF are really just constants that equate to 0. This line could even be replaced/shortened to "smub.source.output = 0"
Hope this helps!
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