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The AimTTi 1705 Portable Digital Multimeter features a 4¼ digit Dual Display. These two displays can be used for different purposes, such as displaying the range of the measured value, displaying the value in two different units such as Vac and dBm, displaying a calculated value such as % deviation, displaying two parameters of the same signal such as Vac and Vdc and displaying two different signals.
The 1705 has an accuracy and resolving power not found with most portable digital Multimeters (DMM).
The instrument can be powered by mains and by batteries. It can measure up to 80 hours on batteries. True RMS AC measurements can be performed over a wide bandwidth. The instrument can perform frequency and capacity measurements, test diodes and ‘peep through’ connections. With Smart Functions relative measurements are possible and min and max values can be stored.
Via the isolated RS-232 and optional GPIB interface the instrument can be logged and controlled.
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