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Solar Cell and Module Testing
This application note describes how to decrease costs and increase flexibility for solar cell and module testing with Agilent products and solutions.

Application Note 2009-12-07

Comparing the N6700 Low-Profile and DC Power Analyzer Mainframes

Application Note 2008-01-10

Avoid DUT Damage by Sequencing Multiple Power Inputs Off Upon a Fault Event
Having the ability to control the power supply system itself can greatly reduce the effort and complexity associated with an external shut-down control method.

Application Note 2007-12-05

Cathodic Protection of Steel in Concrete Using LXI
This document discusss Cathodic protection as a remarkable technique that can substantially extend the life of a building structure by impeding corrosion.

Application Note 2007-04-25

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Standardized Core Makes Building and Supporting a Functional Test System Easier and Less Costly
This note demonstrates how to use LXI instruments to create a standardized core - the open test platform (OTP), for building test systems.

Application Note 2007-02-23

Testing LCD Backlight Inverters using the Agilent N6700 Modular Power System (MPS)

Application Note 2005-12-09

N6700 Modular Power System: Determining Specifications when Paralleling Outputs (AN 1560)

Application Note 2005-07-27

Innovative Power Supplies Save Rack Space
In the past, many programmable system DC power supplies in the medium power range (500W to 2kW) have been packaged in 2U-high (2-EIA rack units) and even 3U, full rack width chassis...

Application Note 2004-12-16

Increase DC-input Battery Adapter Test Throughput by Several-fold (AN 1506)

Application Note 2004-10-22

Increase Automotive ECU Test Throughput (AN 1505)

Application Note 2004-10-22

Simplify Multiple Bias Voltage Sequencing and Ramping for PC Motherboard Test (AN 1504)

Application Note 2004-10-22

How to use the Agilent N6700 Modular Power System to replace an Agilent 662xA (AN 1467)
This is a high-level overview to help current 662xA owners easily convert to an Agilent N6700.

Application Note 2004-08-02