What’s inside the Energy Integration Lab?

Zachary Mazur Uncategorized Leave a Comment

One of the exciting pieces of TBEIC’s Energy Integration Lab is the IoT lab. The lab is filled with useful Keysight equipment that we’re fortunate enough to be provided with. Here are details on just a few of the unique pieces that makeup a portion of our lab.

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The Keysight N6705C DC Power Analyzer can become a DMM, oscilloscope, arbitrary waveform generator, and datalogger. The interface has been revised to make it even easier to use. It outputs a beautiful dashboard to our desktop with data in units of seconds, minutes, hours, and days to see current consumption of the device under test. A test you can create on the power analyzer!

B

Keysight 34460A 6.5-digit Truevolt Multimeter with 1000V max voltage input and 3A max current input. This device is perfect to test low power devices with low DC current [100 µA to 3 A]. The machine has color, graphical display with built in bar chart, histogram, and math stats to show results. The accuracy of the device allows for calibration of some of our equipment without the use of shunts. The 34460A gives a serious productivity boost!

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Keysight InfiniiVision MSOX4034A Mixed Signal Oscilloscope is the best on the market! Beginning with the massive 12.1” capacitive touch display screen to the Touch Zone Trigger feature. The unit has a built-in help feature that displays information on any button you press and hold down. The scope has an 8-bit digitizer or 256 discrete voltage levels on the screen for maximum signal resolution. The machine also has a consistent and quick update rate. When attached to a frequency counter, it sees 613kHz (waveforms) per second. The best thing is when enabling digital channels and serial decode, the update rate is not affected. This is accredited to the Megazoom IV ASIC Technology which does digital acquisition and serial decode in hardware. This machine handles memory depth automatically, hence the high update rate. The scope uses Segmented Memory feature to capture data you want and ignore the rest to maximize storage.

Interesting in seeing the equipment in action? Contact TBEIC by visiting HERE.

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