Advanced Power Designs is the first to introduce
programmable DC power supplies on dual C-Size VXI card
Also available with the VXI600 programmable power supplies
are National Instruments Plug & Play driver sets. These drivers and
associated function panels provide a graphical interface
You can obtain Advanced Power Designs VXI600 Plug & Play drivers by contacting us at Advanced Power Designs, Inc., 19772 Pauling, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610, (949)600-6400, by fax at (949)600-6401, by E-Mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via E-Mail from our web site, by selecting the SUPPORT button. You can also download the latest driver DLL's, function panels, and documentation via our Links or Support pages.
Available with Advanced Power Designs VXI600 programmable power supply, is a fully integrated and supported software program called VXIMAIN. VXIMAIN provides users with full access to all the VXI600 commands and functions directly via mouse point and click, and keyboard entries where appropriate. Development time is significantly reduced since no program development time is necessary to create the software needed to communicate via the VXI600 SCPI interface.
VXIMAIN functions include full support
VXIMAIN runs on Microsoft Windows DOS, 3.1, and Windows
95*. A sample VXIMAIN program, VXIDEMO, is available
VXIMAIN Configuration Window.
This window allows the user to assign logical output channels to the three individual power supplies within the VXI600, or assign each of the power supplies to one channel,
The maximum voltage and current values
VXIMAIN Control Window.
The Control Window provides power, relay, and external sense switches. Also, input boxes
A number of readback display
boxes are visible, which are continuously updated while the unit on, and show
voltage and current values in both a digital and bar graph
VXIMAIN Sequencing Window.
The VXIMAIN sequencing window provides the user with controls to utilize the Sequence List function. With the VXI600 sequence list, users can program up to 20 voltage values to be trigged by a timer, or by user issued SCPI commands. The logical channel to be used can be specified and input or active errors are displayed in the message box.
VXIMAIN Display Window.
The Display window allows the user to see the activity on all three power modules simultaneously. Voltage and current values are continuously updated on this window