Yokogawa's state-of-the-art technology in precision instruments such as the DLM4000 enables you to maintain high sample rates and extensive signal analysis. Yokogawa provides dedicated analysis and support for serial buses such as I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN and FlexRay technologies, with easy connectivity and good value. We understand the unique demand of performing simultaneous testing of both digital and analog formats, and provide the right multi-channel communication serial bus analyzers for these applications. The SL 1000 is a fast acquisition, no-compromise, high-performance data acquisition unit. The SL1000 delivers independent, isolated channel hardware at 100MS/ch rates, with no compromise in bit resolution, memory depth or streaming performance. These measuring units are just a few examples of how Yokogawa is dedicated with providing you the Quality products you're looking for.
The GS820 can measure drain current ID by applying gate-source voltage VGS from channel 1 and drain-source voltage VDS from channel 2.
Power Conversion Efficiency Measurement of Power Supply ICs
Capture and recreate waveforms with a DLM2000 and FG420
The request for lower uncertainties in power measurements are increasing,especially in the transformer industries. Their role is to ensure that the electricity is distributed in an efficient and reliable way.
The 4-to-8 channel Yokogawa DLM5000 mixed signal oscilloscope allows users to easily navigate through a wealth of analysis features at the touch of their fingertips.
The DLM3000 Automotive Serial Bus features can display up to four simultaneous serial buses and decoded data.
The Yokogawa DLM3000 oscilloscope features a brand-new computing platform and available power supply analysis functions.
A demonstration reading a 4 - 20 mA transducer into an analog channel on the DL350 Portable ScopeCorder.
This video demonstrates how to measure transient phenomena on power signals using the Yokogawa Test&Measurement PX8000 Precision Power Scope.
In several applications, especially those testing AC power to a standard such as IEC61000-3-11, the voltage and current signals must be monitored to confirm there are no major dips and/or swells in the signal. This can be done with instruments capable of reporting rms values, including power analyzers, traditional oscilloscopes, and some data acquisition systems.
To test to a standard, however, the instrument must have an accuracy spec that is traceable back to a national standard of calibration such as ISO17025 or NIST.
Using the DL350 Memory Recorder Mode Easy Setup, combined with a 16-channel thermocouple input, it's easy to record hours, days, or weeks of data with a few simple settings.
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