The following settings are recalled from memory.
|AC mode||DC mode||AC+DC mode|
|Wave bank No.||Yes||No||Yes|
*1: If the frequency that you recall is lower than the frequency lower limit, the frequency is set to the lower limit.
If the frequency that you recall is higher than the frequency upper limit, the frequency is set to the upper limit.
*2: If the voltage that you recall is lower than the voltage lower limit or is higher than the voltage upper limit, the voltage is set to 0 V.
If the L range is in use and a voltage that is only valid in the H range is recalled, the voltage is set to 0 V.
*3: If the peak waveform value is outside of -431 V to 431 V for the H range or -215.5 V to 215.5 V for the L range, the voltage is set to 0 V.
*4: During single-phase, three-wire output (PCR-LE optional), the V phase is automatically set to the same amplitude as the U phase but with opposite polarity.
You can view the settings that are stored in memory by using the MEM:PREV command.
If the EX05-PCR-LE is in use (optional) and the signal source is set to external signal source (FUNC:SOUR EXT), this command is invalid.
|Value||0 to 99||Memory No.|