Teledyne LeCroy T3DMM Series – Digital Multimeters

Teledyne LeCroy T3DMM Series – Digital Multimeters

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Teledyne Test Tools new T3DMM series are dual display digital desktop multimeters that provide a rich and powerful feature set. The design is easy-to-use from the front-panel and computer-based control via USB or LAN. Each model is equipped with a 4.3 inch TFT-LCD true color screen with 480 * 272 resolution for easy viewing. The T3DMM series also features numerical data display, histograms, trend charts, bar charts and statistics, in addition to the built-in arithmetic functions including Measurement statistics.

Key Features

  • Available in 4.5 digit (60,000 count), 5.5 digit (240,000 count) and 6.5 digit (2,200,000 count) models.
  • An additional 6.5 digit model is offered with an integrated Scanner card.
  • Math functions include: Max, Min, Average, Standard Deviation, dBm/dB, Relative Measurement, Pass/Fail Histogram, Trend Chart, Bar Meter etc.
  • True RMS AC Voltage and Current Measurements.
  • Support for remote control operation.
Main Features and Functions of the T3DMM4-5
  • Real 4½ digit (60,000 counts) readings resolution
  • Up to 150 rdgs/s measurement speed
  • True-RMS AC Voltage and AC Current measuring
  • 1 Gb NAND flash size, Mass storage configuration files and data files
  • Built-in cold terminal compensation for thermocouple
  • Standard interface: USB Device, USB Host, LAN
  • DC Voltage: 600 mV ~ 1000 V
  • DC Current: 600 μA ~ 10 A
  • AC Voltage: True-RMS, 600 mV ~ 750 V
  • AC Current: True-RMS,60 mA ~ 10 A
  • 2/4-Wire Resistance: 600 Ω ~ 100 MΩ
  • Capacitance: 2 nF ~ 10000 μF
  • Continuity Test: Rang e is fixed at 2 kΩ
  • Diode Test: Adjustable range is 0~4 V.
  • Period Measurement: 2 μs ~ 0.05 s
  • Temperature: Support for TC and RTD sensor
  • Max, Min, Average, Standard Deviation, dBm/dB, Relative Measurement, Pass/Fail

The digital multimeter series is available for purchase from various distributors online starting from ~$613.

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