The 370A, the world standard for high resolution curve tracers is used in a wide variety of applications. The 370A performs DC parametric characterization of transistors, thyristors, diodes, SCRs, MOSFETs, optoelectronic components, solar cells, solid state displays and other semiconductor devices.
In the R&D lab, it is used for characterization of new designs, extraction of SPICE parameters, failure analysis and data sheet generation.
In manufacturing test, the 370A is used to verify device quality and process monitoring.
The 370A is used for incoming inspection to verify device performance, perform failure analysis and to match components.
Interactive Programmable Control
Interactive control of all measurements is accomplished from the full featured front panel or over the GPIB. Operating parameters can be adjusted and stored and recalled using several storage methods including the 370A nonvolatile memory, the built-in DOS compatible floppy disk or to an external controller.
Test and Measurement Software
Metrics software offers computer-controlled DC parameter characterization of numerous semiconductor devices. Through Metrics ICS control of the 370A, measurements can be performed without the need to interact with the instruments front panel. Every aspect of instrument control and data analysis is available through a set of interactive dialog boxes that are configured in a graphics-oriented Microsoft Windows environment.
A test fixture is a standard accessory that provides safe device enclosure to ensure operator protection during measurements. The test fixture accommodates standard A1001 through A1005 adapters with Kelvin sensing, 3-Pin adapters without Kelvin sensing and the A1023 and A1024 surface mount adapters.
High Precision Measurements of Semiconductor Devices
Up to 2000 Volts or 10 Amp Sourcing
Up to 220 Watts
1 Nanoamp Measurement Resolution
Down to 2 Millivolt Measurement Resolution
Kelvin Sense Measurements
3.5 Inch MS-DOS Compatible Disk Storage to Save and Recall Setups