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2010 CAL DU

Bench Digital Multimeter, Calibrated D & U, 750 V, 3 A, 7.5 Digit

2010 CAL DU - Bench Digital Multimeter, Calibrated D & U, 750 V, 3 A, 7.5 Digit

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Manufacturer:
KEITHLEY KEITHLEY
Manufacturer Part No:
2010 CAL DU
Newark Part No.:
12AC8218
Technical Datasheet:
2010 CAL DU   Datasheet
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Product Information


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7.5

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GPIB, RS232, USB

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-

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1kV

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0.1Gohm

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-

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3A

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750V

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-

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AC/DC Current, AC/DC Voltage, Continuity, Frequency, Resistance, Temperature

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Product Overview

The 2010 CAL DU from Keithley is a low noise 7.5 digit autoranging multimeter. It combines high resolution with high speed and accuracy needed for production applications such as testing precision sensors, transducers, A/D and D/A converters, regulators, references, connectors, switches and relays. It is based on same high speed, low noise A/D converter technology as models 2000, 2001 and 2002. The 2010 has 15 built-in measurement functions including DCV, ACV, DCI, ACI, 2Wohm, 4Wohm, dry circuit resistance, temperature (with either thermocouples or RTDs), frequency, period, ratio, 1Kohm continuity (2W) measurement and diode testing. Characterizing the resistance, linearity or isolation of contacts, connectors, switches or relays completely and efficiently demands an uncommon combination of ohms measurement capabilities. The 2010 offers low power ohms measurement mode, dry circuit test function, offset compensated ohms function & extended ohms measurement capability.
  • Calibrated with data and uncertainties autoranging multimeter
  • High measurement flexibility and unique resistance measurement functions
  • 100nVrms noise, 7ppm DCV repeatability, multi-functional design minimizes added equipment costs
  • Built-in ratio measurement function, GPIB and RS-232 interfaces
  • Built-in 10 channel scanner mainframe, dry circuit and low power measurement mode
  • 100.00000mV to 1000.0000V DC voltage, 10.000000 ohm to 100.00000Mohm resistance
  • 100mV to 750V true RMS AC voltage, 10.000000mA to 3.000000A DC current, 1µA to 3A AC (RMS) current
  • 3Hz to 500KHz frequency range, 333ms to 2µs period range, -200 to 760°C to -200 to 400°C temperature
  • 100V/120V/220V/240V power input, 22VA power consumption, 0° to 50°C operating temperature
  • 89mm x 213mm x 370mm (rack mount), 104mm x 238mm x 370mm (H x W x D) (bench), 5Kg shipping weight

Applications

Test & Measurement

Contents

2010 autoranging DMM, Model 1751 safety test leads, User manual, Service manual.

Footnotes

Operating the instrument on an incorrect line voltage may cause damage to the instrument, possibly voiding the warranty.

Warnings

Dangerous arcs of an explosive nature in a high energy circuit can cause severe personal injury or death.

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