Monday, April 27, 2009
Batteries are not required for this analyzer as it uses usb 2.0, this also allows the graphs that are created by the software to be passed onto any connected personal computer or laptop which can then in turn be emailed for verification, to be analysed further or to show clients your results.
The c60 network analyzer has a 50 ohm output of impedance and the input impedance is 1 Megaohm, the analyzer has been designed for people who have research and development in mind as well as testing electrical products and used in universities and schools for educational purposes.
The unit itself has a very simple impedance measurement system that uses two terminals meaning training to use the device is very simple as well. It has the capability to self diagnose and self calibrate.
The digital interfaces use 6 bits so that you can have automated control of any external devices that are connected to the network analyzer. It also takes advantage of flash technology for it's memory so that all updates and upgrades can be completed online simply and quickly.
The attenuator that the network analyzer uses for the output oscillates so that the conditions of the measurement can be very flexible.
There is an indicator on the unit that shows when the power is on, when the unit is linked to an external device, an indicator to show that the unit is calibrating itself and also a light to show it is in test mode.
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