Greater insights faster. That’s the promise Keysight Technologies gives for its newly launched Truevolt Series digital multimeters – the 34465A DMM (6½ digit) and the Keysight 34470A DMM (7½ digit). The DMMs help engineers visualise their measurement data in multiple ways, get actionable information faster and document their results more easily using the DMM’s advanced graphical capabilities, such as trend and histogram charts.
Both models offer three acquisition modes: continuous running for typical measurements, data logging for easier trend analysis, and a digitising for capturing transients.
The Keysight 34465A DMM offers engineers a new, higher-performance 6½ digit class of DMM, and provides higher speed, better accuracy and more memory. The 7½ digit 34470A DMM is a new product category of DMMs for Keysight and provides even greater resolution and accuracy, a requirement for today’s most challenging devices.
Both DMMs offer deeper memory for data storage than previous generation DMMs. They also provide the ability to measure very low current, 1µA range with pico second resolution, for measurements on very low power devices.
Both models offer auto calibration, which compensates for temperature drift, allowing customers to maintain measurement accuracy throughout their workday.
Most DMMs show results on a low-resolution numeric display. With the Keysight Truevolt Series, engineers get a 4.3", high-resolution colour display to view numerical readings, measurement trends, histograms and statistical data. They also can save and recall their measurement states and display preferences.
The DMMs Easy File Access feature provides simple USB connectivity between the Keysight Truevolt DMMs and a PC using standard USB media transfer protocol. In addition, the DMMs include dragand drop measurement data capability, adjust instrument settings, and the ability to send screen images to PC applications without additional software.
The BenchVue software lets engineers control, capture and view Keysight’s DMMs simultaneously with other Keysight bench instruments and with no additional programming. With a single click, engineers can transfer data to a PC via USB, LAN or GPIB for additional viewing and analysis