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Product description

Color:U.S. regulations, British Flag Type

Features:
The new 32-bit core processor has excellent performance and accurate measurement data.
It is equipped with 7in TFT display, 20Hz-5MHz test frequency, frequency point can be continuously adjusted.
0.05% of the basic measurement accuracy, fast testing speed, sensitive response, easy to use.
Configuration of graphics scanning analysis function, support frequency/level/offset scanning, comprehensive insight into the characteristics of the measured parts.
Automatic level control ALC function with test voltage or current. Output impedance of four different signal sources: 30Ω, 50Ω, 100Ω, 10/CC.
10-grade sorting and counting function, -5V - +5V (-100mA - +100mA) internal DC bias.
The 10-point list scanning function can upgrade and update the software version through the U disk.
U-disk copy screen function makes it easier to save data. It can support FAT16, FAT32 file system, RS232C, USB HOST, USB DEVICE, HANDLER, GPIB and headphone interface.

Specification:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Material: Metal, Plastics
Voltageamp;Plug: 220V EU Plug, 110V US Plug, 220V UK Plug (Optional)
Measuring specifications LCR8100H Measurement Frequency 20Hz-1MHz Basic measurement accuracy 0.05% Equivalent circuit Series, parallel Mathematical functions Absolute value deviation, percentage deviation Range way Automatic, hold, manual selection Trigger mode Automatic, manual, external, bus Measure speed (≥1KHz) Fast: 75 times per second, medium: 12 times per second. Slow speed: 3 times per second Average time









Bridge Meter, Portable High Accuracy Adjustable Inductance Measu

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