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Digital voltmeter (DVM) capabilities activate an integrated 4-digit digital voltmeter and 5-digit frequency counter that operate through the same probes already attached to the oscilloscope channels.
The series comes with six-instruments-in-one integration, including oscilloscope functionality, digital channels (MSO), protocol analysis capability, a digital voltmeter, a WaveGen function/arbitrary waveform generator, and an 8-digit hardware counter/totalizer.
1% accurate digital voltmeter, with unique test techniques to provide multiple circuit diagnostic capabilities in a single unit.
An essential concept behind a Web-Based Lab is to provide the Virtual Equipment necessary to conduct an electronics lab on-line, such as Dual Channel Oscilloscope, Digital Voltmeter, Triple Programmable Power Supply, Spectrum Analyzer, Signal Generator, Strip Chart Recorder, and Frequency Counter.
The high level of integration starts with the capabilities of five instruments on one unit: oscilloscope, digital channels (MSO), protocol analysis, digital voltmeter and dual-channel WaveGen function/arbitrary waveform generator.
Equipment and inventory being auctioned include 15 IMS LS-1 Portable ICU Units; four LSTAT G5 units with travel cases; 12 cardiac science automated external defibrillators; and HP logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, digital voltmeters, dynamic signal analyzers, network analyzers, power supplies, and sweep oscillators.
The technology works at normal room temperatures and functions as an ultra-high, input impedance sensor that acts as a highly stable, extremely sensitive, contactless digital voltmeter to measure tiny changes in the electric field down to milliVolts.
A NIST scientist working with staff from Ohio University, examined how time-base distortion causes nonlinear distortion of the electrical waveforms measured by digital sampling instruments, such as digital voltmeters and multimeters, sampling waveform recorders and oscilloscopes.