Bench DMMs offer a full range of measurement possibilities
Test & Measurement
Keysight's new TruVolt range 34465A and 34470A bench digital multimeters
(DMMs) are now available from Farnell element14. The instruments offer a
full range of measurement possibilities with 'unmatched' levels of accuracy,
speed and resolution in both 6½ and 7½ digit models, says the company.
The new models give engineers a selection of visual representations of their
measurement data in multiple ways, including advanced graphical capabilities
such as trend and histogram charts. This helps engineers get relevant
information faster and document their results more easily. They offer three
acquisition modes: continuous running for typical measurements, data logging
for easier trend analysis, and digitising for capturing transients.
Both devices offer deeper memory for data storage than previous generation
DMMs. They can also measure very low current, having a 1 µA range with pA
resolution. The new models also offer auto calibration to compensate for