Test and Measurement16,828 Results
- Data Acquisition (DAQ)
- Equipment - Combination Sets
- Equipment - Electrical Testers, Current Probes
- Equipment - Environmental Testers
- Equipment - Force/Torque Gauges
- Equipment - Function Generators
- Equipment - Multimeters
- Equipment - Oscilloscopes
- Equipment - Power Supplies (Test, Bench)
- Equipment - RF Analyzers
- Equipment - Specialty
- Equipment - Variable Transformers
- GPIB & Communications
- Test Clips - Alligator, Crocodile, Heavy Duty
- Test Clips - Grabbers, Hooks
- Test Clips - IC
- Test Leads - BNC Interface
- Test Leads - Banana, Meter Interface
- Test Leads - Jumper, Specialty
- Test Leads - Kits, Assortments
- Test Leads - Oscilloscope Probes
- Test Leads - Thermocouples, Temperature Probes
- Test Points
- Test Probe Tips
Equipment - Combination Sets
Equipment combination sets are comprised of various handheld meters bundled with companion equipment and accessories needed to fully utilize meter function. Set types are configured for building inspection, electrical maintenance and testing and sound measurement. Sets are listed by equipment type and may include the specific meter, probes, specialized testers, analyzers, detectors, splitters and multimeters.
Equipment - Electrical Testers, Current Probes
Electrical testers and current probes are devices that are designed to measure or test for an electrical condition which could include any or a combination of voltage, resistance, current, capacitance, frequency, etc. The types of equipment found in this category include: continuity tester, current meter, earth ground tester, electrical tester, GFCI, 3-wire circuit tester, phase rotation indicator, power quality analyzer, voltage detector, and many more.
Equipment - Environmental Testers
Environmental testers and equipment include any tools designed to measure environmental conditions. This includes conditions such as: acceleration, pressure, temperature, light, air flow, humidity, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, electromagnetic fields, fluoride, water quality, and much more. The types of tools found here include: anemometer, infrared camera (IR, thermal imaging), dosimeter, photometer, sound level meter, psychrometer, and moisture meter, among others.
Equipment - Function Generators
Function Generators are designed to generate a variety of signal waveforms of varying amplitudes and frequencies. The available types are function generator/-Analog/-DDS, pulse generator, pulse meter, and RF generator. They are available with 1, 2, or 4 channels and have frequencies ranging from 200 kHz to 70 GHz, with output signals of sine, square, triangle, ramp, pulse, and RF waveforms.
Equipment - Multimeters
Products in this family can be used to make a variety of basic electrical and electronic measurements, and are one of the most fundamental tools used in the electrical or electronic trades. Price points, feature sets, and performance levels vary significantly, though most devices are capable of measuring both AC and DC current and voltage, as well as testing for circuit continuity. Additional features often found include measurement of temperature, resistance, capacitance, and frequency. They are generally incapable of making measurements at high speeds, and as such are used primarily for measuring low-frequency phenomena or quantities that can be meaningfully represented as time averaged values, such as the amount of current flow in an AC-powered appliance.
Equipment - Oscilloscopes
Oscilloscopes are measurement tools that create a visual representation of electronic signals. An essential tool for those who work with electronics, they are used to observe and measure high-speed phenomena, with more advanced examples capable of measuring signals with frequency content approaching the GHz range. As a general rule they exchange absolute accuracy and measurement resolution for speed, with even modest multimeters likely to yield better measurements than most oscilloscopes of the DC/low-frequency phenomena for which multimeters are well-adapted.
Equipment - Power Supplies (Test, Bench)
Power Supplies (Test, Bench) Equipment are designed to supply a variable amount of voltage/current to components for testing purposes. These power supplies have an output voltage ranging from 0 to 1000 VDC, an output current range of 0 to 80 A, with the number of outputs being 1, 2, 3, or 4. The display types are analog, digital, LCD, LED, VFD, and no display.
Equipment - RF Analyzers
A spectrum analyzer measures and displays the electrical magnitude of an input signal versus frequency within the full frequency range of the instrument. Its primary use is to measure the power of the spectrum of known and unknown signals. The signal frequencies are displayed on the x-axis and their amplitudes are displayed on the y-axis.
Equipment - Specialty
Specialty equipment includes meters, analysers, monitors, and modules for specific use such as battery, continuity, cable, lamp, insulation, integrity, multimedia, resistance, pulser, vibration and gage installation testers, cable fault finders, calibrators, CAN BUS, cellular signal, color, digital, serial, logic, diode, energy, and motor drive analyzers.
Equipment - Variable Transformers
Variable transformers, or adjustable voltage transformers, allow the user to select an output voltage while maintaining a fixed amperage rating. These transformers have one voltage winding that is tapped at various points to provide multiple output voltages. They are available in bench or panel mount with receptacle or terminal output options, plug or terminal input options, and a wide variety of supply and output voltages.
Test Clips - Alligator, Crocodile, Heavy Duty
Alligator, Crocodile, and Heavy-Duty Test Clips are most often used between an electronic circuit and a measurement device, providing a temporary electrical connection. Items in this family are spring loaded and contain two jaws with serrated teeth. The types are alligator, battery terminal clamp, bus bar clip, clamp, crocodile, dolphin, geophone, heavy duty, Kelvin, Pee-Wee, and telecom.
Test Clips - Grabbers, Hooks
Grabber and hook style test clip products are used to make temporary electrical connections, commonly using a J or hook-shaped contact that makes electrical contact with a conductor while also providing mechanical attachment under spring tension. They are generally better adapted to gripping small conductors than alligator test clips, though they also tend to be more fragile and susceptible to damage. Products designed to be directly attached to a test lead as well as those which terminate in a connector of some style are included.
Test Clips - IC
Test Clips for ICs are most often used between an IC chip and a measurement device to provide a temporary electrical connection. Items in this family are spring loaded and have multiple contact points designed to be attached to the leads of an IC. The types of ICs are DIP, LCC, PLCC, QFP, SOIC, and SSOP, with the number of positions ranging from 8 (1 x 8 or 2 x 4) to 240 (17 x 17).
Test Leads - BNC Interface
BNC Interface Test Leads consist of a probe, clip, or plug on one end and a BNC connector on the other to provide a connection between a measurement device and an electronic circuit. The characteristics are configuration, 1st connector, 2nd connector, cable length, wire gauge, cable type, voltage rating, and current rating. The configurations are BNC to alligator, alligator-test probe, banana, BNC, grabber-hook, Kelvin, pin tip, SMD tweezer, Weco, and wire leads.
Test Leads - Banana, Meter Interface
Banana and Meter Interface test leads consist of a probe, clip, or plug on one end and a banana plug interconnect on the other end. These cables provide a connection between a measurement device and an electronic circuit. The test lead connectors include banana plug, alligator clip, banana socket, bantam plug, fuse probe handle, Kelvin clip, hook pincer, tweezer, test probe, tip plug, WECO 310 phone plug, wire clamp, and wire leads.
Test Leads - Jumper, Specialty
Test Leads and Jumpers are cables with some type of clip and/or connector on each end that are used for taking measurements and testing circuits. The connector types are alligator, banana, bantam plug, BNC, grabber, pin tip, hook, pincer, socket, spade terminal, tip plug, test probe, phone plug, wire leads, and 66 block.
Test Leads - Kits, Assortments
Test Lead Kit assortments are groupings of cable assemblies used for taking measurements and testing circuits. The kit types are arbitrary generator, automotive test kit, calibration accessory, DMM kit, electrical, electronic, function generator, fused test probes, industrial test leads, oscilloscope, power supply accessories, RF probe, SMD kits, spectrum analyzer kit, test leads, test probe, and universal DSX-3 test kit.
Test Leads - Oscilloscope Probes
Oscilloscope Probe cable assemblies are used to provide an electrical connection between an oscilloscope and an electronic circuit for testing and measurement of signals. The types of probes are active differential, active-single ended, demodulator, differential, filter probe-low pass, general purpose, modular passive, secondary ignition pickup, trigger probe, and a voltage probe with an attenuation value range of 1:1 to 1000:1.
Test Leads - Thermocouples, Temperature Probes
Thermocouples and Temperature Probe test leads consist of a plug end and a tip end used when measuring temperature. The characteristics are type, usage, tip-type, plug type, and probe temperature range. The types are E-type thermocouple, J-type thermocouple, K-type thermocouple, T-type thermocouple, temperature probe, and thermistor used for measuring air, gas, gel, HVAC, liquids, surface, or semi-solids.
Test Points are used specifically to provide an electrical connection between a piece of test equipment and a circuit. The types of PC Test Points are Jack, Compact, Large Profile, Loop, Low Profile, Miniature, Multipurpose, R/A (right angle), R/A Double Loop, Slotted, and a Standard Hook with heights ranging from 0.045” (1.15mm) to 1.312” (33.33mm).
Test Probe Tips
Test Probe Tips are used to connect test equipment to the circuit/chip/design being tested. Often the device consists of a cylindrical rod with a head that is concave, convex, a crown, a clamp, a point or blade, or a hooked end. The other end is usually a wire lead. The characteristics are tip type, connection type, tip length, overall length, voltage rating, and cable rating (CAT I, CAT II, CAT III, CAT IV, IEC).
Thermometers are equipment designed to measure and display temperature in either Celsius (C°), Kelvin (K°), or Fahrenheit (F°). The characteristics are type, temperature display, temperature range, display type, input type, and probe type. The types of thermometers are anemometer, handheld (Gun), or pocket, with temperature ranges from -418°F (-250°C) to 3212°F (1767°C).