The R6161 is a programmable DC voltage/current generator that uses a time-division system in the reference voltage generation block for high stability and accuracy.
The DC voltage can be output over a wide range of 10 nV to ±1199.999 V and the DC current over a wide range of 1 nA to ±119.9999 mA.
The stability of the DC voltage generation is 30 ppm (typical value for six months). Therefore, the DC voltage can be widely used for the calibration of a digital voltmeter or analog indicator instrument or as a generation source for a variety of tests.
Up to a 100-step program to control the voltage/current generation operation can be set by hand or by using GPIB commands.
This program data is backed up by a battery.
A remote function is provided as a standard feature so that the functions required for measurement such as the digit level for each setting, range polarity and limiter can be set from the outside for incorporation in a system.
High Resolution of 10 µV/1 nA (Maximum)
High Accuracy Guaranteed by Josephson Voltage Standard System
Built-in 100-Channel Memory Function
High Output of ±1200 V/±120 mA
List of Options
||Maximum follow-up voltage: 1200 V