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Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced two new low-noise power sources. Members of the Agilent B2900A precision instrument family, the one-channel B2961A and the two-channel B2962A are revolutionary power supplies for precision low-noise voltage/current sourcing.
Both units feature best-in-class 6.5 digit and 100 nV/10 fA resolutions, 10μVrms noise performance, wide bipolar operating ranges up to 210 V/3 A DC or 10.5 A pulse, more innovative sourcing functions and an intuitive graphical user interface.
Precision low-noise voltage/current sourcing has been difficult to achieve with conventional power supplies and sources.
Power supplies and sources are essential instruments for most electronic test and evaluation needs across the industry. Due to strong demand for lower power consumption and higher data rates (not to mention advances in the use of new materials), more subtle and more sensitive signals must be managed to fully characterize the devices or samples under test. As a result, today’s test equipment must meet stringent requirements for higher precision or lower noise. Because of these trends, power supplies and sources must now address increasingly difficult challenges.
Agilent’s new power sources are ideal solutions where precision, low noise and more sourcing capabilities are required. They incorporate revolutionary performance and innovative sourcing capabilities beyond just a DC power source for every research and industry area.
These power sources provide effective solutions by offering:
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Agilent will showcase the B2961A and B2962A power sources at Electronica 2012 (Hall A1, Booth 506), in Munich, Nov. 13-16.
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