In this video, Yokogawa Test & Measurement’s Application Engineer Barry Bolling will demonstrate the use of a source measure unit; first he will demonstrate a simple sweep of a silicon diode and then present the current-voltage data in a graph within a spreadsheet; then, he will sweep a light emitting diode and again present the data in a graph using specialized software.
The GS200 is a low voltage/current DC source with high accuracy, high stability, and high resolution.
The GS610 is made up of a programmable current and voltage source, a voltmeter, and an ammeter. Each function can be combined into numerous operation modes.
The GS820 is a highly accurate and highly functional 2-channel programmable DC voltage/current source that incorporates voltage/current generation and measurement function.
Yokogawa's instruments go beyond conventional options. They are highly accurate, highly functional with programmable voltage/current source that incorporates voltage/current generation for a broader application.
Power Meters and data acquisition systems are used in many applications in the test and measurement industry. However, other situations require standalone devices that can source a variety of precise voltage and current waveforms, as well as allow integration into a larger test system.
A Source Measurement Unit (SMU) is a flexible test instrument which is capable of both sourcing and measuring voltage and/or current at the same time.