NAME

Lab::Instrument::SR830::AuxIn - Aux Inputs of the Stanford Research SR830 Lock-In Amplifier

VERSION

version 3.611

SYNOPSIS

 use Lab::Instrument::SR830::AuxIn
 my $multimeter = Lab::Instrument::SR830::AuxIn->new(%options, channel => 1);

 print $multimeter->get_value();

DESCRIPTION

This class provides access to the four DC inputs of the SR830. You have to provide a channel (1..4) parameter in the constructor.

To use multiple virtual instruments, which use the same physical device, you have to share the connection between the virtual instruments:

 use Lab::Measurement;

 # Create the shared connection.
 my $connection = Connection('LinuxGPIB', {gpib_address => 8});
 
 # Array of instrument objects. Each element belongs to one of the four
 # channels. 
 my @inputs;
 
 for my $channel (1..4) {
        $inputs[$channel] = Instrument('SR830::AuxIn', {
                connection => $connection,
                channel => $channel,
                                 });
 }
 
 for my $channel (1..4) {
        say "channel $channel: ", $inputs[$channel]->get_value();
 }

Methods

get_value()

Return the input voltage.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2017 by the Lab::Measurement team; in detail:

  Copyright 2016       Simon Reinhardt
            2017       Andreas K. Huettel

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.