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The IET 7600 plus LCR meter is an extremely accurate LCR meter with a measurement resolution of 7.5 digits and a basic accuracy of 0.05%. A total of 14 parameters can be measured over a frequency range of 10Hz to 2MHz. Each frequency is adjustable with an accuracy of 0.01% + 0.10 Hz. It is also possible to perform a measurement with a frequency sweep over a certain range to see how the component behaves within this frequency range. The measurement data can be stored on a USB memory stick in CSV format.
The test voltage of the IET 7600 plus LCR meter is adjustable between 20mV and maximum 5V. DC Bias is also possible with an internal power supply up to 2V and an external power supply up to 200V. The test flow is also adjustable from 250µA to 100mA. All settings on the IET 7600 are easy using the large LCD display with soft keys and keyboard. Certain test sequences can also be stored internally.
There is an extensive range of test fixtures available for the various components. A Pass/Fail function is available for component sorting. For automation, an RS232 interface is standard available.
For more information about LCR meters, please refer to the overview page.
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