Features of test instruments need to grow in line with the increasing operating frequencies of the applications.
StanTronic Instruments has therefore included the new LCR Meter LCR-8110G from GW Instek in its product range which has a ten times higher test frequency than its predecessor. Therefore it can much better simulate the operating conditions of the devices tested.
Basic accuracy for all RLC measurements is 0.1% with test frequencies of 20 Hz up to 10 MHz. In Multi- Step Mode, the unit provides the ability to perform up to 30 different measurements on one component and it has a Pass/Fail function with an acoustic alarm and many parameter options to set.
Up to 64 test programs can be stored in non-volatile memory.
The characteristics of the component under test can be displayed on an LCD graphics screen (320x240 pixels), with either the voltage range or the frequency sweep on the horizontal axis.
The unit comes with RS-232 and GPIB interfaces for remote control and transfer of test data to a remote computer for further analysis. Various optional test leads and fixtures are available for differentcomponent types and 2/4 wire measurements.
For reduced frequency requirements, a 5 MHz version (LCR-8105G) is available.
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