Digital multimeter 3700A
benchtoprack-mount300 V

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benchtop, rack-mount
Max voltage
300 V
Max current
3 A
Other characteristics
high-performance, USB, Ethernet


Keithley Series 3700A Systems Switch/Multimeter The Model 3706A system switch with high performance DMM contains six slots for plug-in cards in a compact 2U high enclosure that easily accommodates the needs of medium to high channel count applications. When fully loaded, a mainframe can support up to 576 two-wire multiplexer channels for unrivaled density and economical per channel costs. The result is a tightly integrated switch and measurement solution that’s equally at home on the bench or in the rack Features : Benefits - Four configuration options available : Allows buying the minimum functionality the application requires: with or without DMM, with or without front panel display and keypad. - Embedded Test Script Processor (TSP®) : Avoids communication delays between the PC controller and instrument by embedding test scripts in the instrument itself, improving test throughput dramatically. - TSP-Link® master/slave connection : Offers easy system expansion between mainframes; also allows connecting to other TSP-Link enabled instruments such as Series 2600B SourceMeter SMU instruments. - Optional 7½-digit DMM is connected to the mainframe’s analog backplane : Ensures a high quality signal path from each card channel to the multimeter. - Built-in Web interface   : Offers a quick and easy method to control and analyze measurement results. - Optional DMM capable of >14,000 readings/second to memory at 3½ digits : Supports high throughput component testing. - Front panel USB 2.0 device port : Simplifies transfer of readings, system configurations, and test scripts by allowing them to be saved to memory sticks.


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