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Minimum Current Amplitude

Post  np_cottaris on Fri Nov 05, 2010 5:56 am

Hello,

The manual of the STG4008 states that the timing and the amplitude of analog output pulses may not be accurate for very small amplitudes (below 100 microAmps), due to the intrinsic properties of the electronic parts of the stimulus generator. Is this a typo? The resolution of this device is 0.2 microAmps, so 100 microAmps is 50 times higher.

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Nicolas P. Cottaris, Ph.D.

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Re: Minimum Current Amplitude

Post  Frank MCS on Sun Nov 07, 2010 9:16 pm

Dear Dr. Cottaris,
it's not a typo, but a relict from the STG 2000. The STG 4000 is accurate down to the given 0.2ľA. Thanks for finding the error.

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