ASM-SENSOR 3532-50

3522-50 /3532-50 LCR HiTESTER
Component measuring instruments
Shorten line tact time via high speed measuring power
Versatile LCR meters with 5ms measurement capabilities
With variable frequency measurements, the highly
acclaimed 3522/3532 LCR HiTESTER has been improved
with the power for maximum high speed measurements
of 5 ms (4 times that of current models).This means that
line tact times can be further shortened, promising you
increased line efficiency.
The 3522-50 offers DC and a range from 1 mHz to 100 kHz,
and the 3532-50 covers the range from 42 Hz to 5 MHz. Test
conditions can now come closer to a component's operating
conditions. The high basic accuracy of ±0.08%, combined
with ease of use and low price give these impedance meters
outstanding cost-performance characteristics.
These will find a wide range of applications, whether for
laboratory use for evaluation of operating characteristics,
or for production line use, exploiting the full-function
interface and comparator functions and rapid response.
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Two Models Cover Wide Frequency Range :
■ Wide setting range for measurement
voltage and current
In addition to normal open-loop signal generation, these units
provide for voltage/current dependent evaluation, in constant
voltage and constant current modes. The signal levels can be
set over wide ranges, from 10 mV to 5 Vrms, and from 10 μA
to 100 mA (up to 1 MHz).
■ Simultaneous setting and measurement
Measurement frequency, measurement signal level, and other
measurement conditions can be changed while monitoring the
measurement results, enabling effective trial measurements
and setting of evaluation conditions.
Features
■ Higher frequency range
The measurement frequency can be freely set to DC or any
value in the 1 mHz to 100 kHz range (3522-50) and any value in
the 42 Hz to 5 MHz range (3532-50). In particular this makes it
easy to test sample characteristics in the high frequency range.
■ Interactive touch panel operation
Operation is extremely simple: touch the item on the screen to
be changed, and the possible settings appear in sequence. The
neat and simple front panel eliminates all key switches, for a
clutter-free design.
■ Memory for thirty sets of measurement conditions
Up to thirty sets of measurement conditions, including
comparator values, provide rapid response to constantly
changing components on flexible production lines. With
multiple measurement conditions in memory, up to five
different measurements can be made sequentially. The
comparator function lets a single unit provide the logical AND
result for this sequence of tests.
■ High resolution and high accuracy
The measurement resolution provides a full five digits, with a
basic measurement accuracy is ± 0.08%.
■ Fastest measurement time 5 ms
Four sampling rates can be selected: FAST, NORMAL,
SLOW, and SLOW2. The most rapid measurement time
of 5 ms (displaying |Z|) gives rapid sampling for improved
production line efficiency.
(The measurement frequency range varies from one parameter to
another.)
■ Fourteen parameters measured
The following parameters can be measured, and selected
parameters can be captured by a computer: |Z|, |Y|, θ, Rp
(DCR*), Rs (ESR, DCR*), G, X, B, Lp, Ls, Cp, Cs, D (tan δ),
and Q. *3522-50 only
■ *DC resistance measurement
*3522-50 only
DC resistance measurement is another feature of the 3522-50.
A single unit, the 3522-50 can provide the crucial parameters
of inductance (L) and DC resistance (DCR) for a transformer
or coil.
■ Four simultaneous measurement items
Any four of the fourteen parameters can be chosen for
simultaneous measurement and display.
■ Enlarged display function
Up to four parameters can be displayed enlarged, for easy
observation of the measurement values in production line and
other situations where the unit is read at a distance.
■ Correlation correction function
The constants a and b can be set in the following correction
function expression:
Corrected value = a × measurement value + b
■ Printer output
With the optional 9442 PRINTER, measurement values,
comparator results, and screen printouts can be obtained.
■ DC bias measurement
Using the optional 9268/9269 DC BIAS UNIT, voltage and
current bias measurements are simple. The maximum applied
bias is ± 40 V DC, but depends on the measurement conditions.
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DC, 1 mHz to 100 kHz, and 42 Hz to 5 MHz
■ External I/O interface
EXT. I/O signals
● Outputs
• Internal DC power (+5 V output)
• Comparator result
• Analog measurement completion
• End-of-measurement
● Inputs
• External DC power supply (+5 V to +24 V can be supplied by external device)
• External trigger signal
• Key lock on/off function (3532-50 only)
• Memory setting selection
The EXT. I/O connector can input trigger signals, and
provides a key lock on/off function, and remote control of
the measurement condition loading. Output signals include
comparator results and measurement completed signals, for
complete line automation.
Timing chart for EXT. I/O sequencing
The following chart shows the timing sequence of the trigger
(TRIG), analog measurement completion (INDEX), and endof-measurement (EOM) signals from the EXT. I/O connector.
Either a GP-IB or RS-232C interface can be fitted (options).
The front panel can be locked, preventing settings
from being changed inadvertently.
* α depends on the sample and trigger delay.
Reference value for 1kHz measurement
frequency, FAST mode, Z measurement.
EXT.I/O
The AC power supply voltage is selectable:
100 V, 120 V, 220 V or 240 V AC.
Rear view of 3532-50
■ 3522-50 / 3532-50 specifications
3532-50
3522-50
Measurement parameters
|Z|, |Y|, θ, Rp (DCR), Rs (ESR, DCR), |Z|, |Y|, θ, Rp, Rs (ESR), G, X, B,
G, X, B, Cp, Cs, Lp, Ls, D (tan δ), Q Cp, Cs, Lp, Ls, D (tan δ), Q
Measurement ranges |Z|, R, X 10.00 mΩ to 200.00 MΩ (depending on measurement frequency and signal levels)
-180.00° to +180.00°
θ
C
0.3200 pF to 1.0000 F
0.3200 pF to 370.00 mF
L
16.000 nH to 750.00 kH
D
0.00001 to 9.99999
Q
0.01 to 999.99
5.0000 nS to 99.999 S
|Y|, G, B
Basic accuracy
Measurement frequency
Measurement signal levels
Z : ± 0.08% rdg.
Measurement time (typical
values for displaying |Z|)
50 Ω
LCD with backlight / 99999 (full 5 digits)
FAST : 5 ms, NORMAL : 16 ms,
SLOW 1 / 2 : 88 ms / 828 ms
DC bias
External printer
FAST : 5 ms, NORMAL : 21 ms,
SLOW 1 / 2 : 72 ms / 140 ms
Maximum 30 sets
Settings in memory
Comparator functions
42 Hz to 5 MHz
10 mV to 5 V rms / 10μA to 100 mA rms
Output impedance
Display screen
θ : ± 0.05˚
DC, 1 mHz to 100 kHz
HI/IN/LO settings for two measurement parameters; percentage, Δ%, or
absolute value settings
External DC bias ± 40 V max.(option)
(3522-50 used alone ± 10 V max./ using 9268 ± 40 V max.)
9442 PRINTER (option)
External interfaces
GP-IB or RS-232C (selectable options), external I/O for sequencer use
Power source
100, 120, 220 or 240 V(±10%) AC (selectable), 50/60 Hz
Maximum rated power
40 VA approx.
50 VA approx.
Measurement :All parameter ranges are determined by the |Z| range.
ranges
100 mΩ, 1 Ω, 10 Ω, 100 Ω, 1 kΩ, 10 kΩ, 100 kΩ,
1 MΩ, 10 MΩ, 100 MΩ
Measurement frequency :
[ 3522-50 ] : DC, 1 mHz to 100 kHz (± 0.005%)
Up to 10 Hz (1 mHz steps); 10 Hz to 100 Hz
(10 mHz); 100 Hz to 1 kHz (100 mHz); 1 k Hz to
10 kHz (1 Hz); 10 kHz to 100 kHz (10 Hz)
[ 3532-50 ] : 42 Hz to 5 MHz (± 0.005%)
Up to 1 kHz (0.1 Hz steps); 1 kHz to 10 kHz
(1 Hz); 10 kHz to 100 kHz (10 Hz); 100 kHz to
1 MHz (100 Hz); 1MHz to 5 MHz (1 kHz)
Measurement levels :
[ Voltage and constant voltage ]
10 mV to 5 V rms (DC to 1 MHz)
50 mV to 1 V rms (1 MHz to 5 MHz)
Maximum short-circuit current 100 mA rms
1 mV steps
[ Constant current ]
10 μA to 100 mA rms (DC to 1 MHz)
50 μA to 20 mA rms (1 MHz to 5 MHz)
Maximum voltage 5 V rms
10 μA rms steps
Dimensions and mass :
3522-50 : 313W × 125H × 290D mm; 4.5 kg approx.
(12.32”W × 4.92”H × 11.41”D ; 159 oz. approx.)
3532-50 : 352W × 124H × 323D mm; 6.5 kg approx.
(13.86”W × 4.88”H × 12.72”D ; 229.68 oz. approx.)
Conforming standards :
EMC EN61326-1:1997+A1:1998
EN61000-3-2:1995+A1:1998+A2:1998
EN61000-3-3:1995
Safety EN61010-1:1993+A2:1995
Power supply; Pollution degree 2 Overvoltage Category II
(anticipated transient overvoltage 2500 V)
Test terminals; Pollution degree 2 Overvoltage Category I
(anticipated transient overvoltage 330 V)
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Changing Settings During Measurement
Test conditions can now come closer to
a component's operating conditions
Simple touch panel operation
Setting and changing the test conditions have never
been simpler with this intuitive touch panel. The
keys which are active appear in reverse video,
and a touch of the item or value to be changed is
enough. Moreover, the setting screens also show the
measurement values in real time, allowing flexible
monitoring while changing test signal settings. The
screen also provides an enlarged display for any four
parameters, for increased visibility at a distance on
production lines.
* The screens show typical examples on the 3522-50.
Initial screen
Shows measurement values for any selected
four parameters, and current settings of conditions.
Parameter setting screen
Select any four of the parameters for
display.
Measurement frequency
Menu screen
Select an item, and switch to the
corresponding setting screen.
Level setting screens
Use the numeric keypad or digit keys to enter the setting values, changing the test frequency or
level while monitoring the measurement. The level setting can be open-circuit voltage, constant
voltage, or constant current.
Application menu
Save and load measurement conditions,
and set comparator execution, enlarged
display, and so on.
Enlarged display and comparator
setting screens
Set the enlarged display or select the settings saved
in memory to execute continuous measurement.
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Personal computer link
Effective Analysis and Processing of
Measurement Data
External control by computer
By installing the optional 9593-01, RS-232C INTERFACE
or 9518-01 GP-IB INTERFACE, all of the 3522-50/3532-50
functions other than power on/off can be controlled from a
computer.
Graphing with a spreadsheet program
Measurement data captured by a personal computer can
be displayed graphically by using standard spreadsheet
software. The example below uses the provision for
continuously varying frequency to capture the frequency
characteristics for a 1 MHz quartz oscillator measured
with the 3532-50 into Excel, then presents the results
graphically. The four-digit resolution for the frequency
allows the characteristics of the steep resonance peak to
be shown on the graph.
Similar to the main unit, you can
also select up to 4 items to monitor.
Data for the selected items will be
filed.
Items such as the sweep frequency
and data output directory can be set.
In addition, the unit can also be set
to output data whenever the return
key is hit.
By utilizing the RS-232C interface, sample freeware that will enable
measurement data to be output onto an Excel spreadsheet while the
measured frequency is being swept is also available.
Please inquire with your local HIOKI distributor.
■ 9593-01 RS-232C INTERFACE specification
Transmission method : Start-stop asynchronous
Transmission rates : 2,400/4,800/9,600 and 19,200 baud
Data bits
: 7 or 8
Parity
: Odd, even or none
Stop bits
: 1 or 2
■ 9442 PRINTER
The optional 9442 PRINTER allows
measurement results and screen
copies to be printed. This is
convenient for permanent records
of inspections and so forth.
(Connection requires the optional
9593-01 RS-232C INTERFACE,
9446 CONNECTION CABLE, and AC ADAPTER.)
Resulting measurement data can be output not only to a printer, but also
other media such as a PC or sequencer. Using the RS-232C interface
makes transferring the inspection data simple and convenient.
Delimiter
: CR+LF, CR
Flow control : Hardware (According to DIP switch setting)
Connection : D-sub 25-pin, male/male connector,
reverse connection
Example Print-out
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Flexible Measurement Signals
Widen Scope for Application
Applications
■ Evaluation of signal-dependent components
Comparator setting screen with additional Δ% display
Since any test signal can be selected, it is possible to
measure the inductance of winding, floating capacitance,
characteristics at operating frequency, and low
frequency resistance components. The 3522-50 further
allows inductance (L) and DC resistance (DCR) to be
measured by the same unit.
Measurement value
display
Deviation display
Example of measuring signal dependence of coils
For chokes, transformers, and other components
with an inductive core, the values depend on the
measurement signal. By varying the measurement current,
measurements showing the signal dependence of the coil
can be shown as a graph.
Judgment standard value and upper and lower limit widths
The screen at left shows an example of the Δ% setting;
The screen at right shows an example of the % setting
from current models. In either, the judgement range is a
percentage of the reference values.
The Δ% display is easy to interpret because the
measurement value is displayed as a deviation.
V mode
The 3522-50 and 3532-50 provide three modes for
selecting the measurement signal according to the
component characteristics: open-circuit voltage (V),
constant voltage (CV), or constant current (CC).
V mode : set V0
CV mode : set V0 so that the voltage across the component is
the CV value (VCV)
CC mode : set V0 so that the current through the component is
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By measuring the internal resistance of lead-acid or compact
storage batteries, the state of deterioration of the battery, and its
lifetime and characteristics can be determined.
In particular, the 3522-50 provides lowfrequency measurement from 1 mHz,
allowing low frequency electrochemical
impedance measurement, and other
applications in basic chemical research.
Measurement values:
Rs (DCR), Rs, |Z|, θ, etc.
Measurement frequency:
DC, 1 kHz fixed, and variable frequency
Measurement signal:
constant current (CC) mode
Reactance X (Ω)
Evaluating battery characteristics by measuring
the internal resistance
Series equivalent resistance Rs (Ω)
Frequency characteristics of a manganese battery
(1 mHz to 100 kHz) [ cole-cole plot ]
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Measurement accuracy and ranges *
Conditions : temperature range 23 °C ±5 °C (73 °F ±9 °F), 80% rh or less (no condensation)
After a 60-minute warm-up period, and open-circuit and short-circuit corrections are made.
Using the 9262 TEST FIXTURE, and measurement signal levels 1 V to 5 V (3522-50), 0.501 V to 1.000 V (3532-50); measurement speed SLOW2.
* Measurement ranges and accuracy depend on the test fixture used, the measurement signal levels, and the measurement speed.
3522-50 Accuracy
Range
100MΩ
10MΩ
1MΩ
100kΩ
10kΩ
1kΩ
100Ω
DC
Impedance
200MΩ
10MΩ
10MΩ
1MΩ
1MΩ
100kΩ
100kΩ
10kΩ
10kΩ
1kΩ
1kΩ
100Ω
100Ω
10Ω
10Ω
10Ω
1Ω
1Ω
1Ω
100mΩ
100mΩ
100mΩ
10mΩ
A=1
1m to 99.99Hz
B=1
A=0.5 B=0.3
A=0.2 B=0.05
A=0.1 B=0.01
A=0.1 B=0.02
A=7
A=4
A=2
A=1
A=0.7
A=0.35
A=0.4
A=0.28
A=0.38
A=0.25
A=0.36
A=0.25
A=0.36
A=0.25
B=5
B=3
B=0.5
B=0.2
B=0.03
B=0.02
B=0.01
B=0.002
B=0.002
B=0.001
B=0.001
B=0.001
B=0.01
B=0.005
100.0 to 999.9Hz 1.000 to 10.00kHz 10.01 to 100.0kHz
A=4.5
A=3
A=0.7
A=0.7
A=0.25
A=0.15
A=0.2
A=0.12
A=0.15
A=0.1
A=0.12
A=0.1
A=0.15
A=0.1
B=1
B=1.5
B=0.4
B=0.2
B=0.03
B=0.02
B=0.002
B=0.002
B=0.002
B=0.001
B=0.001
B=0.001
B=0.01
B=0.005
A=4.5
A=2.5
A=0.7
A=0.5
A=0.2
A=0.1
A=0.15
A=0.08
A=0.1
A=0.05
A=0.08
A=0.05
A=0.15
A=0.05
B=1
B=1.5
B=0.4
B=0.2
B=0.03
B=0.02
B=0.002
B=0.002
B=0.002
B=0.001
B=0.001
B=0.001
B=0.01
B=0.005
A=1.5
A=2
A=0.7
A=0.5
A=0.35
A=0.1
A=0.2
A=0.08
A=0.15
A=0.08
A=0.15
A=0.08
B=0.5
B=0.3
B=0.03
B=0.1
B=0.01
B=0.02
B=0.002
B=0.002
B=0.001
B=0.002
B=0.02
B=0.01
A=0.2 B=0.05
A=0.5 B=0.04 A=0.25 B=0.02 A=0.25 B=0.01 A=0.35 B=0.02
A=0.35 B=0.02 A=0.2 B=0.01 A=0.15 B=0.01 A=0.2 B=0.02
A=0.3 B=0.3
A=1 B=0.6
A=0.6 B=0.4
A=0.5 B=0.3
A=0.35 B=0.2
A=0.35 B=0.2
A=0.3 B=0.1
A=0.7 B=0.3
A=0.45 B=0.1
A=1
A=7
A=5
A=3.5 B=1.5
A=2.5 B=1
A=2.5 B=1.5
A=1.5 B=1
A=3.5 B=1.5
A=2
B=1
B=0.5
B=4
B=2
Upper figure A .. basic accuracy for |Z| (± % rdg.)
B is coefficient for sample impedance
Lower figure A .. basic accuracy for θ (± deg.)
B is coefficient for sample impedance
When DC resistance measurement,
A is accuracy for R (± % rdg.)
B is coefficient for sample resistance
The expression for calculating accuracy is
different in the ranges above 1 kΩ and below
100 Ω.
For details refer to the following expressions.
Range 1 kΩ and above...
Accuracy = A + B × | 10 × Zx - range |
Range
Range 100 Ω and below...
Accuracy = A +
B × | range - Zx | × 10
Range
Zx is the measured impedance
of the sample (|Z|).
3532-50 Accuracy
Range
42 to 99.99 Hz
Impedance
200 MΩ
100 MΩ
10 MΩ
10 MΩ
10 MΩ
1 MΩ
1 MΩ
1 MΩ
100 kΩ
100.0 Hz to 1.000 kHz 1.001 to 10.00 kHz
A=4
A=2.5
A=0.8
A=1
A=0.4
A=0.3
B=4
B=2
B=0.4
B=0.2
B=0.05
B=0.1
A=2
A=1
A=0.4
A=0.25
A=0.15
A=0.15
A=0.35
A=0.25
B=0.01
B=0.01
A=0.08 B=0.01
A=0.05 B=0.01
A=0.35 B=0.01
A=0.25 B=0.005
A=0.35
A=0.25
A=0.4
A=0.3
B=0.02
B=0.01
B=0.04
B=0.1
1Ω
100 mΩ
A=0.7
A=1
B=0.4
B=0.2
A=0.4
A=0.25
B=0.3
B=0.2
100 mΩ
100 mΩ
10 mΩ
A=4
A=2.5
B=4
B=2
A=3
A=2
B=2
B=1
100 kΩ
100 kΩ
10 kΩ
10 kΩ
10 kΩ
1 kΩ
1 kΩ
100 Ω
10 Ω
1Ω
1 kΩ
100 Ω
100 Ω
10 Ω
10 Ω
1Ω
A=1
A=1
A=0.3
A=0.3
A=0.15 B=0.01
A=0.08 B=0.01
A=0.08
A=0.05
A=0.08
A=0.05
A=0.2
A=0.1
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ωC (F)
≅ R (Ω ) ( θ
(θ ≅ - 90˚)
≅ 0˚)
1.001 to 5 MHz
B=1
B=0.5
A=0.25 B=0.04
A=0.15 B=0.02
A=0.4
A=0.3
B=0.3
B=0.3
B=0.01
B=0.005
A=0.2 B=0.02
A=0.08 B=0.02
A=0.3 B=0.03
A=0.15 B=0.02
* A=1.5 B=0.2
B=0.02
B=0.01
B=0.03
B=0.02
A=0.2
A=0.08
A=0.2
A=0.15
A=0.3
A=0.15
A=0.4
A=0.3
B=0.03
B=0.02
B=0.1
B=0.05
* A=1.5 B=0.2
A=1
A=0.7
B=1
B=0.5
• The measurement accuracy can be calculated from the impedance of the
sample, the measurement range, the measurement frequency, and the basic
accuracy A and coefficient B from the above tables.
• The expression for calculating accuracy is different in the ranges above 1 kΩ
and below 100 Ω.
• For C and L, find the basic accuracy A and coefficient B either by direct
measurement of the impedance or by approximate calculation as follows.
≅
B=0.5
B=0.5
B=0.08
B=0.08
100.1 k to 1.000 MHz
A=3
A=3
■ Method of determining accuracy
| Zx (Ω) | ≅ ωL (H) (θ ≅ 90˚)
10.01 to 100.0 kHz
B=2
B=1.5
B=0.2
B=0.1
B=0.05
B=0.02
B=0.02
B=0.02
B=0.03
B=0.02
* A=2
A=2
A=1
A=1
* A=2
A=2
B=0.5
B=0.3
B=0.2
B=0.2
B=1
B=0.5
*1.001 MHz and above
accuracy ×
(f [MHz]+3)
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●Example calculation (The value A and B for the 3522-50)
Sample impedance Zx: 500 Ω (measured)
Measurement conditions: frequency 10 kHz, signal level 2 V, range 1 kΩ
From table above, basic Z accuracy A = 0.08, coefficient B = 0.001.
Inserting these in the calculation expression yields:
Z accuracy = 0.08 +
0.001× | 10 × 5 × 102−103 |
103
=0.084 (±%rdg.)
Similarly for θ basic accuracy A = 0.05, coefficient B = 0.001, and thus:
2
3
θ accuracy = 0.05 + 0.001× | 10 × 5 × 10 −10 |
103
=0.054 (±%rdg.)
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Options for a wide range of applications
9140 FOUR-TERMINAL PROBE 9143 PINCHER PROBE
DC to 100 kHz
DC to 5 MHz
9261 TEST FIXTURE
DC to 5 MHz
9262 TEST FIXTURE
DC to 5 MHz
* All cable lengths are 1 m (39.37”).
9268 DC BIAS VOLTAGE UNIT
Maximum applied voltage: ± 40 V DC
42 Hz to 5 MHz
9442 PRINTER
9268-01 DC BIAS VOLTAGE UNIT
for HDMI
Maximum applied voltage: ± 4 V DC
42 Hz to 5 MHz
9269 DC BIAS CURRENT UNIT
Maximum applied current: ± 2 A DC
42 Hz to 100 kHz
Bias unit attached
9263 SMD TEST FIXTURE
DC to 5 MHz
Measurable object size: 1.0 to 10 mm
●Printing method Recording width:
Thermal serial dot printer/112 mm (4.41”)
●Printing speed: 52.5 cps ●Power supply:
9443 AC ADAPTER or supplied nickelhydrogen battery pack (prints 3000 lines on
full charge from 9443) ●Dimensions and
masst: 160W × 66.5H × 170D mm; 580 g
apprpx. (6.30”W × 2.62”H × 6.70”D; 20.46
oz. apprpx. )
* Connecting the 9442 PRINTER requires the optional 9593-01 RS-232C
INTERFACE, 9446 CONNECTION CABLE, and AC ADAPTER.
Compact & Powerful dedicated LCR measurement in 5ms timeframes
Improved with Faster Measurement !
3511-50 LCR HiTESTER
•Measurement times :Fast ;5ms to
Slow ;300ms (at 1kHz), Fast ;13ms
to Slow ;400ms (at 120Hz)
•Basic accuracy :⎟ Z⎜;± 0.08 %, θ ;±0.05°
•Measurement parameters :⎟ Z⎜, θ, C,
L, D, Q, R
•Built-in comparator :Upper and lower
limit, absolute value
•Dimensions, mass :210W × 100H ×
168D mm, 2.5 kg (8.27”W × 3.94”H ×
6.61”D, 88.34 oz. approx.)
3522-50 LCR HiTESTER
3532-50 LCR HiTESTER
(Standard accessories: power cord, spare power fuse (1 A for 100/120 V
rating, 0.5 A for 220/240 V rating)
Test fixtures are not supplied with the unit.
Select an optional test fixture when ordering.
■ Optional accessories
9140 FOUR-TERMINAL PROBE
9143 PINCHER PROBE
9261 TEST FIXTURE
9262 TEST FIXTURE (direct connection type)
9263 SMD TEST FIXTURE (direct connection type)
9268 DC BIAS VOLTAGE UNIT
9268-01 DC BIAS VOLTAGE UNIT (for HDMI)
9269 DC BIAS CURRENT UNIT
9165 CONNECTION CORD (for 9268/9269; BNC to BNC; 1.5 m/59.06”)
9166 CONNECTION CORD (for 9268/9269; BNC to clips; 1.5 m/59.06”)
9593-01 RS-232C INTERFACE
9518-01 GP-IB INTERFACE
9151-02 GP-IB CONNECTION CABLE (2 m/78.74”)
9151-04 GP-IB CONNECTION CABLE (4 m/157.48”)
9442 PRINTER
9446 CONNECTION CABLE (for 9442)
1196 RECORDING PAPER (for 9442 / 25 m/984.25”, 10 rolls)
9443-01 AC ADAPTER (for 9442, Japan)
9443-02 AC ADAPTER (for 9442, EU)
9443-03 AC ADAPTER (for 9442, USA)
9443-02 (for EU)
9443-01 (for Japan)
DISTRIBUTED BY
HEAD OFFICE :
81 Koizumi, Ueda, Nagano, 386-1192, Japan
TEL +81-268-28-0562 / FAX +81-268-28-0568
E-mail: [email protected] hioki.co.jp
HIOKI USA CORPORATION :
6 Corporate Drive, Cranbury, NJ 08512 USA
TEL +1-609-409-9109 / FAX +1-609-409-9108
E-mail: [email protected] hiokiusa.com
Shanghai Representative Office :
1704 Shanghai Times Square Office
93 Huaihai Zhong Road
Shanghai, 200021, P.R.China
TEL +86-21-6391-0090/0092
FAX +86-21-6391-0360
E-mail: [email protected]
All information correct as of Dec. 22, 2005. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
3522-50E4-5ZE-03P
Printed in Japan