When installing IsoDat, after one chooses the instrument, one must then indicate which cups are installed, what cup should have peak centering capacity, and what the resistors are associated with each of those cups. One can also go back and change these resistor settings using Configurator.
1) Does the selected resistor actually impact the amplification or is this more of a bookkeeping feature?
2) Is the first resistor always default and the second resistor only used when "high amplification" is selected, or does the instrument know which resistor has a higher amplification?
Department of Earth and Space Sciences
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
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