The Agilent 34410A and 34411A 61/2 Digit DMMs represent the latest generation of multimeters from Agilent Technologies. Building on the phenomenal success of the industry-standard Agilent 34401A, these new meters offer improved accuracy, expanded measurement capability, dramatically improved measurement speed and throughput, and modern computer interfaces including LAN and USB. The dual display offers both dual measurement capabilities and ease of use when setting up and configuring the DMM. Improvements have been made in every facet of the 34401A to make the best even better, whether you use it on the bench or in a system.
Dramatic Speed Improvements Whether it’s raw reading speed or fast system throughput, the 34410A sets a new benchmark in performance. Using a new A/D technology, the 34410A achieves an impressive 10,000 readings a second at 51/2 digits, and can stream readings to your computer at this same speed! Triggering is fast and precise, with both trigger latency and trigger jitter less than 1 µs, while bus query response is less than 500 µs. ACV measurements are faster as well thanks to a digital measurement technique that additionally improves accuracy at high and low frequencies. For even greater reading speeds, select the 34411A, which achieves 50,000 readings a second at 41/2 digits. Enhanced Measurement Performance The 34410A and 34411A offer Temperature and Capacitance capabilities, in addition to those measurements you have come to expect, such as DCV, ACV, DCI, ACI, 2-wire and 4-wire Resistance, Frequency, Period, Continuity and Diode Test. You also get Offset Compensated Ohms, allowing you to accurately measure resistance in the presence of voltages. Measurement ranges have been expanded as well; for example, DC and AC Current Ranges now go down to 100 µA, resulting in 100 pA resolution. Real-time math and statistics are included, and a peak-detect capability allows you to capture peaks as short as 20 µs.Features:
- 50,000 readings/sec. @ 4 1/2 digits to the PC
- 1M reading memory
- Analog level and pre/post triggering