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I have the 2400 and I am using the Labtracer 2.0 to interface with it. I am not good with programming. Is there any way to apply constant voltage and measure current with time using Labtracer 2.0?
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Labtracer2 can source the voltage and measure the current. No doubt about it.
timing would be in the actual delay you set up between each point.
I would use the step or sweep voltage mode. This way you could step 1V to 1V in a number of steps. Now just use the delay for the timing. For example use 100msec between each point. So that the timing would be the measurement of current plus the voltage step delay. This would be shown on the graph as voltage vs current with the current being at certain timing intervals.
The current measurement has several parameters that affect speed.
Fixed range, NPLC and filter.
You need to experiment with these under the measure tab.
Also look in the Advanced tab for Autozero and four wire timing issues.
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