RS PRO LCR Meter 9999.99mF, 99.9999 MΩ, 9999.99h Bench Type With RS Calibration

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RS Pro LCR-6000 Series High Precision LCR Meter

RS Pro LCR-6000 Series meters feature a 0.05% basic accuracy, compact size (2U half-rack) and large (3.5 inch) colour LCD. Measurement efficiency is increased by the simultaneous display on screen of not only setting criteria and measured results but also two additional monitoring parameters. The measurement results include a PASS/FAIL display for fast validation. Operators can freely change frequency, within the range of the model, so can save the time and hassle of repeating zero operations. Also included are Safety instructions, power cord, test fixture LCR-06A, and CD. (user manual, PC software)

Features and Benefits:

• 3.5 inch colour LCD
• Consecutive Test Frequency
• Basic accuracy 0.05%
• Measuring speed up to maximum 25 ms
• Full frequency range or spot OPEN/SHORT
• 16 major/secondary parameter measurement combinations and 2 additional monitoring parameters (• maximum 4 different parameters can be shown simultaneously)
• DCR measurement and internal DC bias voltage (±2.5 V)
• Auto Level Control (ALC) function
• BIN function provides 9BIN and 1AUX
• 10 points listed test function to select different frequency, voltage and current criteria
• RS-232C, Handler and USB storage interfaces
• Compact size (2U half-rack)

Note

RS Pro LCR-6000 Series offers a choice of 5 models with different test frequency: 2 kHz, LCR-6002, 117-6718 ; 20 kHz, LCR-6020, 117-6717 ; 100 kHz, LCR-6100, 117-6716 ; 200 kHz, LCR-6200, 117-6715 ; 300 kHz, LCR-6300, 117-6714 )

Note

RS Pro LCR-6000 Series offers a choice of 5 models with different test frequency: 2 kHz, LCR-6002, 117-6718 ; 20 kHz, LCR-6020, 117-6717 ; 100 kHz, LCR-6100, 117-6716 ; 200 kHz, LCR-6200, 117-6715 ; 300 kHz, LCR-6300, 117-6714 )

Supplied with

Safety instructions, power cord, test fixture LCR-06A, CD (user manual, PC software)

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Capacitance Measurement 9999.99mF
Maximum Resistance Measurement 99.9999 MΩ
Maximum Inductance Measurement 9999.99H
Calibrated RSCAL
Bench/Handheld Bench
Display Type LCD
Power Source Mains
Dimensions 265 x 312 x 107mm
Weight 3kg
Height 107mm
Length 265mm
Width 312mm
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£ 1,465.00
(exc. VAT)
£ 1,758.00
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