Exploring High Frequency LCR Meters up to 30MHz
Measurement capabilities cover the primary and secondary parameters required for testing the inductance, capacitance, resistance, quality factor and loss factor of passive components
In addition to the excellent measurement features found in other Chroma LCR Meters, the 11050 Series provides additional useful functions. It has 3 output impedance modes to satisfy demands for measuring and working with other instruments. The versatile digital display can be configured to best fit the current testing resolution; furthermore, the test signal monitoring function displays the voltage and current that is actually carried to the DUT. The timing settings of trigger delay, measure delay and average number of times allow the measurements to transfer seamlessly to an automated test environment providing accurate results within a limited testing time.
The detached design of the Chroma 11050 uses a dual CPU system for processing the testing and display individually. This not only increases testing speed but also shortens test lead lengths when used with automated machines to improve the accuracy of high frequency measurements.
Chroma’s 11050 Series HF LCR Meter has multiple remote interface options. Handler and RS-232C remote interfaces come standard for software or hardware control of test conditions, measurement triggers, judge test results, and collecting measured data. The standard USB port saves device settings and controls the output of an external DC bias current source. Optional GPIB and Ethernet remote interfaces are available as well for software control.
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LCR Meters: Selecting Precision Equipment for Low, Mid, and High Frequency Impedance Measurements