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The Chroma 11022/11025 LCR meters are versatile and accurate meters with a frequency range of 50Hz to 100kHz in 10 steps. The standard measurement functions are L,C, R,|Z|, Q, D, ESR, X and θ (11022). The 11025 offers the same functionality with the extension of DCR4, M, Turns Ratio, L2, DCR2. Specific testing of transformer parameters is therefore also possible with the 11025 LCR meter.
The measuring voltage used is adjustable between 10mV and 1V with a resolution of 10mV. Because of the specific VM/IM measurement function, this specific component can therefore be tested for the exact value for your application. Another exceptional feature of the 11022 and 11025 LCR meters is the particularly high measurement accuracy at low impedances (up to 0.01mΩ). Especially with large capacities or low inductions, an accurate measurement of the resistance can still be made this way.
The 11025 also makes it possible to set a bias current at frequencies above 1kHz.
A Pass/Fail function is available for component sorting. For automation, an RS232 and GPIB interface is standard included.
For more information about LCR meters we would like to refer you to the overview page or contact one of our consultants for additional information.
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