Impedance analyzer works up to 10 MHz
Test & Measurement World Staff - September 20, 2012
Offering basic accuracy of 0.1%, GAO Instruments’ Model A0E40002 impedance analyzer serves as a useful tool for the design, qualification, quality control, and production testing of electronic components and circuits.
The analyzer performs a wide range of measurements, including impedance, admittance, phase angle, reactance, conductance, susceptance, inductance, capacitance, quality factor, dissipation factor, and resistance.
The Model A0E40002 comes in three versions with a test frequency range of 20 Hz to 3 MHz, 20 Hz to 5 MHz, and 20 Hz to 10 MHz. It furnishes a frequency step resolution of 5 digits and frequency accuracy of ±0.005%. Calibration and error-compensation functions eliminate measurement errors when performing measurements on in-fixture devices.
The analyzer offers a variety of data interfaces, such as GPIB, RS-232, and a handler port, making remote control straightforward. Additionally, 64 multiple-step ﬁles can be saved and recalled from the unit’s internal nonvolatile memory.