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Digital multimeters aim at electronics, general industrial apps

Posted: 21 Jan 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:multimeter digital? Yokogawa TY700? applications industrial multimeters?

TY700 Series

Yokogawa Electric Corp. has rolled out the TY700 Series, a range of handheld digital multimeters that combine high accuracy, performance and reliability with a range of new functions for both electronics and general industrial applications.

Featuring a basic accuracy of 0.020 percent and a 50,000 count dual display with a 51-segment bargraph, the new instruments offer true RMS measurement and simultaneous measurement and display of DC and AC as standard, as well as full support for data management via a large-capacity logging-mode memory and USB communication.

There are two models in the TY700 Series: the Standard Type TY710 with 20kHz bandwidth and the Advanced Type TY720 with 100kHz bandwidth. Additional features of the TY720 include switchable RMS/mean detection, a low-pass filter, a 50mV AC range and low-power resistance measurement.

The TY720 also has a logging-mode memory with a capacity of 10,000 data points, compared with 1,000 for the TY710. Both products are offered with USB communication and an optional communications software package. The instruments conform to the EN61010-1 safety standard (1,000V CAT III, 600V CAT IV) and have safety shutters for preventing the erroneous insertion of the test leads into the current measurement terminals.

Operating temperature range is -20C to +55C, and storage temperature range is -40C to +70C. The TY700 Series features closed case calibration and a three-year warranty.

- Henri Arnold
EE Times Europe





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