Agilent/HP 4284A 1 MHz LCR Meter

Agilent/HP 4284A 1 MHz LCR Meter
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 4284A 1 MHz LCR Meter

 

Agilent/HP 4284A 1 MHz LCR Meter

Rent me for $750 a month

with option

  • 001 Power amplifier/40V dc bias

A new standard for precise component, semiconductor and material measurements

   The Agilent/HP 4284A precision LCR meter is a cost-effective solution for component and material measurement. The wide 20 Hz to 1 MHz test frequency range and superior test-signal performance allow the 4284A to test components to the most commonly-used test standards, such as IEC/MIL standards, and under conditions that simulate the intended application. Whether in research and development, production, quality assurance, or incoming inspection, the 4284A will meet all of your LCR meter test and measurement requirements.

Features

  • 20 Hz to 1 MHz with over with 8610 selectable test frequencies
  • Exceptional basic accuracy of 0.05%
  • Measures |Z|-theta, |Y|-theta, R-X, G-B, C-D, Q, ESR, G, Rp, L-D, deviation, and deviation %
  • DC bias to 2 V
  • GPIB

   The Agilent/HP 4284A is a general purpose LCR meter for incoming inspection of components, quality control, and laboratory use. The 4284A is used for evaluating LCR components, materials, and semiconductor devices over a wide range of frequencies (20 Hz to 1 MHz) and test signal levels (5 mV to 2 Vrms, 50 uA to 20 mArms). With Option 001 the 4284A's test signal level range spans 5 mV to 20 Vrms, and to 100 mArms. The 4284A covers C-D measurements with a basic accuracy of - 0.05% (C), 0.0005 (D) at all test frequencies with six digit resolution (the dissipation factor resolution is 0.000001) on every range.

   With its built-in comparator, the 4284A can output comparison/decision results for sorting components into a maximum of ten bins. By using the handler interface and scanner interface options, the 4284A can easily be combined with a component handler, a scanner, and a system controller to fully automate component testing, sorting, and quality control data processing. The 4284A's new list sweep function permits entry of up to ten frequencies, test signal levels, or bias level points to be automatically measured. The GPIB interface is a standard interface on the 4284A and can be used to build an automatic test system to completely characterize new components and materials, and to fully automatic production line testing.

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