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GW Instek launches a new series of high-frequency LCR meter ~ LCR-8200, which has four models and the maximum test frequency is up to 30MHz. The entire series adopts 7-inch color display and features a high measurement accuracy (0.08%). The measurement results can be presented numerically or graphically according to the selected measurement mode, allowing users to optimally interpret the characteristics of the DUT. At the same time, a full range of standard interfaces such as USB device / RS-232C / Handler and GPIB allow users to control the instrument by the most familiar interface without worrying about additional hardware investment costs. Furthermore, the series also provides USB storage function when operating in the graphics mode. The measured characteristic curves and values of the DUT are saved for subsequent analysis. The wide variety of features of the LCR-8200 can help users easily respond to the test requirements of passive components in R&D, engineering, and production.
Under the numerical measurement mode, it is divided into MEAS measurement and LIST measurement. Under the MEAS measurement mode, users can select up to 4 (at least 1) desired measurement items from the 17 measurement parameters. Each selected measurement item can be set to compare (PASS/FAIL judgement) or to the BIN function to conduct judgement and sorting, so that users can easily learn the results of the measurement by color and sound. Under the LIST mode, users is allowed to set 15 test points and each test point can set parameters independently, including frequency/voltage/bias, and it even can set independent comparison function and numerical display mode (value, difference value, difference percentage). On top of that, under the LIST mode, the automatic trigger mode is also provided. After each LIST measurement is completed, the instrument will be in the mechanism of standby trigger. Users only need to place the next DUT, and the LIST test can be automatically performed that saves time of repeatedly pressing the trigger button.