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Today I was looking at the 34461A and 34972A. What I was confused with is that it seems that all models have a voltage rating of 240V. However we want to use these at 110-120 Volts as it is standard in the US. The exact newark models are:
72W3099 and 55R0480
Are these rated for plugging into 110-120 V outlets and is the 'input voltage max: 240 V' that is seen on the website just for surge protection?
The Agilent Technologies 34401A multimeter gives you the performance you need for fast, accurate bench and system testing. The 34401A provides a combination of resolution, accuracy and speed that rivals DMMs costing many times more. 6 1/2 digits of resolution, 0.0015% basic 24-hr dcV accuracy and 1,000 readings/s direct to GPIB assure you of results that are accurate, fast, and repeatable.
Feature & Benefits:
1000 readings/sec. direct to GPIB
Continuity and Diode Test functions
Null feature allows you to remove lead resistance and other fixed offsets in your measurements
Min / Max / Avg readouts
Direct dB and dBm measurements
Data Hold capability
Store up to 512 readings in internal memory
GPIB and RS-232 interfaces as standard features
Voltmeter Complete and External Trigger signals provided so you can synchronise to other instruments
TTL output indicates Pass/Fail
Applications: Industrial, Test & Measurement, Maintenance & Repair
Test lead kit with probe, alligator, and grabber attachments, calibration certificate, test report, and power cord. Also includes CD with: IntuiLink software, IVI and VXI PnP drivers, Quick start tutorial, user's guide, command quick reference, service guide, and data sheet.
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