Test & Measurement

Test and measurement equipment underpins the product design process, enabling engineers to verify their design is working in the way they want. If not, these essential devices help them to find out where the problems lie.

In this section, New Electronics keeps design engineers up to date with the Test and Measurement market, bringing a range of information about the products and their application.

Aluminium instrument enclosures

Metcase, the metal enclosures division of OKW, has introduced the UNIMET range of aluminium instrument enclosures. These have been designed for housing test and measurement devices, machine controllers, network peripherals and medical technology.

New PXI flex DIO fpga card

Expanding on its line of 3U PXI dynamic digital I/O cards, Geotest now offers a user configurable fpga 3U PXI card that features 160 digital I/O signals for specific application needs.

High stability SAW oscillator

Epson Toyocom Corporation, a specialist in crystal devices, has announced that it used its technology to achieve the 'world's first' SAW resonator with a frequency/temperature coefficient that is represented by a cubic curve.

Sensing in silence

The EX355R from TTi is a compact laboratory bench top power supply generating voltages from 0 to 35V at currents from 0 to 5A.

High sampling rate

TiePie engineering's TiePieSCOPE HS805 is a pc oscilloscope that can sample at 1Gigasamples per second on one channel and 500 MS/s simultaneously on two channels, real time.

No fluke

TTi Instrument Distribution’s Fluke 8088A delivers a variety of measurement functions, including volts, ohms, and amps, plus frequency with a basic DC voltage of 0.015%.

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