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7 1/2-digit Graphical Sampling Multimeter with GPIB, USB (TMC), and LAN (LXI) Interfaces (No Handle)
The Keithley DMM7510-RACK 7 1/2-Digit Graphical Sampling Multimeter combines all of the advantages of a precision digital multimeter, a graphical touchscreen display, and a high-speed, high-resolution digitizer. The digitizer gives the Model DMM7510-RACK unprecedented signal analysis flexibility; the five-inch capacitive touchscreen display makes it easy to observe, interact with, and explore measurements with "pinch and zoom" simplicity. This combination of high-performance and high ease-of-use offers unparalleled insight into your test results.
Capture Waveforms with the Built-in 1MS/sec Digitizer
Capturing and displaying waveforms and transient events just got easier with the DMM7510-RACK's voltage or current digitizing function. The built-in 1MS/sec, 18-bit digitizer makes it possible to acquire waveforms without the need to use a separate instrument. The digitizing functions employ the same ranges that the DC voltage and current functions use to deliver exceptional dynamic measurement range. In addition, the voltage digitizing function uses the same DC voltage input impedance (10GO or 10MO) levels to reduce loading significantly on the DUT.
Make Demanding Measurements with Confidence
The DMM7510-RACK's design makes the most of Keithley's low-level measurement expertise. Features like the low noise input stage and the 32-bit A-to-D converter allow this instrument to deliver DC accuracies typically only found in metrology-grade instrumentation—but at about half the price of those solutions. The Model DMM7510-RACK's 100mV, 10O, and 10μA ranges deliver the sensitivity needed to measure low signals with confidence when characterizing today's demanding electronic designs. In addition to one- and two-year accuracy specifications, an auto-calibration function ensures greater accuracy between calibration cycles.
15 Measurement Functions
The DMM7510-RACK provides 15 basic measurement functions. In addition to the digitizing voltage and current functions, it includes capacitance, ACV and ACI, temperature (RTD, thermistor, and thermocouple), 2- and 4-wire resistance, dry circuit ohms, period, frequency, diode test, and DC voltage ratio. The instrument's flat menu structure allows for fast configuration and improves usability. Its intuitive design lets you learn how to operate the instrument and begin making device measurements faster and with greater confidence.
Flexible System Integration and Programming
In addition to its advanced touchscreen, the Model DMM7510-RACK's front panel offers a variety of features that enhance its speed, user-friendliness, and learnability, including a USB 2.0 memory I/O port, a HELP key, a rotary navigation/control knob, and front/rear input selector button. All front-panel buttons are backlit to enhance visibility.
Flexible System Integration and Programming
The DMM7510-RACK includes Keithley's powerful Test Script Processor (TSP) system and SCPI programming mode. The embedded scripting capability allows running powerful test scripts directly on the instrument, without the need for an external PC controller. These test scripts are complete test programs based on an easy-to-use yet highly efficient and compact scripting language, Lua. Scripts are a collection of instrument control commands and/or program statements. Program statements control script execution and provide facilities such as variables, functions, branching, and loop control. This allows you to create powerful measurement applications with significantly reduced development times. Test scripts can contain any sequence of routines that are executable by conventional programming languages (including decision-making algorithms), so the instrument can manage every facet of the test without the need to communicate with a PC for decision-making. This eliminates delays due to GPIB, Ethernet or USB traffic congestion and greatly improves overall test times.
A standard SCPI programming mode supports taking advantage of all of the DMM7510-RACK's new features when programming remotely. In addition, the instrument is code-compatible with the SCPI language, which many other DMMs use. This code compatibility avoids the need to rewrite code that is normally associated with upgrading to a new instrument with new capabilities.