Amplifier Research 200T1G3
The following tabs are available in the advanced configuration of the Amplifier Research 200T1G3.
On the Communication tab, the desired communication method can be selected and configured. Depending on the selected method, additional relevant settings are shown and can be configured.
|Communication Streams||Selects the medium or method that should be used to communicate with the device. Depending on the capabilities of the device this can be one or more of:|
|Invert Gain Command||The gain of an Amplifier Research amplifier can be remotely configured. However for some Amplifier Research amplifiers the "G0000" command to set the gain is used to select the maximum gain, while for other Amplifier Research amplifiers, the "G0000" command is used to select the minimum gain. It cannot be determined for a specific Amplifier Research amplifier, which gain setting should be used for a maximum gain. The 'Invert Gain Command' checkbox can however be used to use inverted gain logic to select the maximum gain. If it is observed that the amplifier is using minimum gain, then toggle the checkbox to send the opposite gain command to select the maximum gain for this amplifier.|
The frequency range of the Amplifier Research 200T1G3 as provided by the manufacturer is shown and selected as default. It is possible to overrule these frequencies and to manual adjust the allowed frequency range of the Amplifier Research 200T1G3.
|Use default start frequency||If the checkbox is checked, the default start frequency will be used as the lowest usable frequency in a test for this device.|
|Use default stop frequency||If the checkbox is checked, the default stop frequency will be used as the highest usable frequency in a test for this device.|
Be careful changing these setting as RadiMation® is no longer able to verify if the Amplifier Research 200T1G3 is used outside frequency range that is specified by the manufacturer. This may result to serious damage of your measurement device.