The instrutment is an Atomic Emission Spectrometer. The optical alignment meter fluates + or - 10 microamperes, which has an afect on my calibration of the spectrometer. I think the PC card is bad, but I want to be sure of that it is a bad PC card before buying another one. I don't have any intructions in the spectrometer's manual on troubleshooting the PC card. I need help.
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