There may be more than one data-acquisition object in a script, but only one may be running (i.e., acquiring values) at any time. The typical life cycle of a ChronoP object is:
ChronoP = CHRONOP.New(Tag, Pstat) ; Create the ChronoP
ChronoP.SetPlot(Plottype) ; Determine the plot type
ChronoP.Run() ; Run the curve
ChronoP.Printl() ; Print the curve out to Output
When a ChronoP object is run, the potentiostat must be in a Galvanostatic mode.