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How much volatile or non-volatile memory is available to the user in Agilent Power Products?

The number of store/recall states for power products varies for different series.

DC power supply models:

  • 6030A, 6031A, 6032A, 6033A, 6035A and 6038A have 16 volatile memory storage locations available to the user in either Compatible or SCPI language mode. The user cannot pre-define the power on state.
  • 6632A, 6633A and 6634A have no memory available to the user. The user cannot per-define the power on state.
  • 66312A, 66332A, 6612B, 6632B, 6633B and 6634B have 4 non-volatile memory storage locations available to the user in SCPI mode including one for power-on state. There is no memory available in COMPability mode. Consult Users Guide or Programming Guide to pre-define the power on state.
  • 664xA, 665xA, 667xA have 5 non-volatile memory storage locations available to the user in SCPI mode including one for power-on state. There are 16 volatile memory locations available to the user in COMPatible mode. Consult Users Guide or Programming Guide to pre-define the power on state.
  • 668xA have 4 non-volatile memory storage locations available to the user in SCPI mode including one for power-on state. There are 16 volatile memory storage locations available in COMPatible mode. Consult Users Guide or Programming Guide to pre-define the power on state.
  • 6610xA modules have 5 non-volatile memory storage locations available to the user including one for power-on state. Consult the Users Guide to pre-define the power on state.

Electronic Loads:

The Electronic Load single input models 6060B and 6063B and module models 60501B, 60502B, 60503B, 60504B and 60507B have 1 non-volatile and 5 volatile memory storage locations available to the user. Consult Programming Guide to change power on state. The Electronic Load mainframe models 6050A and 6051A have no memory available to the user.

AC Sources:

AC power source models 681xA, 681xB, 684xA have 16 non-volatile memory storage locations available to the user including one for power-on state. Consult Users Guide or Programming guide to pre-define the power on state.