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Chapter 2 NI ELVIS II Hardware

Programmable Function Interface (PFI)

The PFI lines are TTL-compatible I/O that can route timing signals to and from the AI, AO, or counter/timer engines. They can also be configured as static digital I/O.

User-Configurable I/O

The prototyping board provides several user-configurable connectors: four banana jacks, two BNC connectors, and a D-SUB connector. Each pin of the connector has a connection to the distribution strips.

Eight bicolor (green/yellow) LEDs are provided for general digital output on the prototyping board. The green anode of each LED is connected to the distribution strip through a 220 Ω resistor, and each cathode is connected to ground. Drive the line with +5 V to turn the LED green or –5 V to turn the LED yellow,

Bode Analyzer

The Bode Analyzer uses the Function Generator to output a stimulus and then uses analog input channels AI 0 and AI 1 to measure the response and stimulus respectively.

Two-Wire Current-Voltage Analyzer

Connect the signal to DUT+ and DUT– when using the Two-Wire

Current-Voltage Analyzer.

Three-Wire Current-Voltage Analyzer

The Three-Wire Current-Voltage Analyzer uses DUT+, DUT–, and BASE to plot the current-voltage response of a NPN or PNP bipolar transistor. Table 2-4 shows the transistor to prototyping board connections.

Table 2-4. Transistor to Prototyping Board Connections

Transistor Node

Prototyping Board Connections

 

 

 

 

Base

BASE

 

 

Collector

DUT+

 

 

Emitter

DUT–

 

 

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