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About LCR Meters
An LCR meter measures inductance (L), capacitance (C), and resistance (R).
Some of the key features to look for in an LCR meter (also known as an impedance meter) are: accuracy, test frequency, measured parameters, test voltage and test current. Additionally, an easy to understand display of test results and the ability to access and use these results has become increasingly important. Component testing often requires much more than simply a resistance, capacitance or inductance value at a given test frequency and stimulus voltage. An LCR meter or impedance meter must have the flexibility to provide multi-parameters over wide frequency and voltage ranges.
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QuadTech LCR Meters
The QuadTech 1715 LCR Digibridge is an economically priced, easily programmable, micro-processor based passive component tester for fast, precise impedance measurements. It measures eleven different parameters with a basic accuracy of 0.2%. The 1715 provides four different test frequencies and two test voltages for testing flexibility. For remote operation and automated system applications, the unit comes standard with an RS-232 interface, plus IEEE-488 and Handler interfaces are available as options.more info »
The QuadTech 1730T LCR Meter is an easily programmable, microprocessorbased high performance passive component tester with excellent low impedance measurement and fast measurement speeds even at 100/120Hz. It measures 16 different parameters with a basic accuracy of 0.1%. Programmable test frequency, speed, mode and voltage permits great versatility in component and materials testing. Standard IEEE-488 and Handler interfaces provide data transfer and component automation applications for faster production line testing.more info »