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Lab Measuring Devices

The term laboratory measuring instruments covers all those electronic products that are used in laboratories to carry out analyses of all kind. Laboratories are an integral part of production for quality control of the manufactured products as well as in research institutes for new product developments or at university-level institutions.
Regardless of whether the application is chemical, material science, technical or classical medical, the measuring instruments used must have exceptional capabilities.

The term laboratory measuring instruments covers all those electronic products that are used in laboratories to carry out analyses of all kind. Laboratories are an integral part of production for... read more »
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Lab Measuring Devices

The term laboratory measuring instruments covers all those electronic products that are used in laboratories to carry out analyses of all kind. Laboratories are an integral part of production for quality control of the manufactured products as well as in research institutes for new product developments or at university-level institutions.
Regardless of whether the application is chemical, material science, technical or classical medical, the measuring instruments used must have exceptional capabilities.

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EX1000A, EX1016A, EX1032A, EX1048A, EX1000A-TC, EX1000A-TCDC - View I Multi-Channel Thermocouple and Voltage...
VTI Instruments
VT-EX1000A-Serie

Independent signal conditioning for each channel, voltage ranges ±0.01 V, ±0.066 V, ±0.1 V, ±1 V and ±10 V, LXI-LAN...
Price on request
Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 1 MHz, 2 Channel Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 1 MHz, 2...
Newtons4th (N4L)
N4-PSM1700

Frequency range: 10 µHz to 1 MHz, Inputs: 2
Price on request
Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 35 MHz, 2 Channel Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 35 MHz,...
Newtons4th (N4L)
N4-PSM1735

Frequency range: 10 µHz to 35 MHz, Inputs: 2
Price on request
Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 50 MHz, 2 Channel Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 50 MHz,...
Newtons4th (N4L)
N4-PSM3750-2C

Frequency range: 10 µHz to 50 MHz, Inputs: 2
Price on request
Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 50 MHz, 3 Channel Frequency Response Analyzer | 10 µHz - 50 MHz,...
Newtons4th (N4L)
N4-PSM3750-3C

Frequency range: 10 µHz to 50 MHz, Inputs: 3
Price on request
Test Fixture for SMD/Chip components Test Fixture for SMD/Chip components
GW Instek (Good Will Instruments)
GW-LCR-15A

SMD / CHIP Test Fixture(0201 ~ 1812) (~30MHz)
€1,105.00 *
Test Fixture for axial & radial leaded components Test Fixture for axial & radial leaded components
GW Instek (Good Will Instruments)
GW-LCR-05A

for axial & radial leaded components (up to 30MHz)
€1,052.00 *
Test Fixture for Bottom Electrode components Test Fixture for Bottom Electrode components
GW Instek (Good Will Instruments)
GW-LCR-10A

SMD / CHIP Bottom Electrode Test Fixture (~30MHz)
€1,989.00 *
GW-GFG-8255A GW-GFG-8255A
GW Instek (Good Will Instruments)
GW-GFG-8255A

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Content 1 piece(s)
€466.00 *
Accessories | Spare Test Lead Set for LA1034 Accessories | Spare Test Lead Set for LA1034
Intronix
IX-XLA-PROBE

Spare test lead set for LA1034, practical for changing projects
Content 1 piece(s)
€55.00 *
Logic Analyser | 500 MHz, 34 channels Logic Analyser | 500 MHz, 34 channels
Intronix
IX-LA1034

USB logic analyser for PC, 500 MHz, 34 channels, -6 V - 6 V, CAN, I2C, RS232
Content 1 piece(s)
€499.00 *
Arbitrary Function Generator | 25 MHz, 1 Channel Arbitrary Function Generator | 25 MHz, 1 Channel
GW Instek (Good Will Instruments)
GW-AFG-2125

25 MHz, 1 channel, 20 MSa/s, USB, 10 Bit resolution, 10 Vss, AM, FM, FSK, Sweep, frequency counter, 2.5 kg
Content 1 piece(s)
€376.00 *
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Classical laboratory instruments are generally understood to be logic analysers, LCR meters, network analysers and others. In our shop you will also find signal generators, signal amplifiers as well as data loggers. Especially in the category of electronic loads we have a particularly large selection.
This means that we are perfectly positioned for all electrical measurement technology applications. You will find high-end instruments as well as those that meet even the most demanding requirements on a smaller budget.
All laboratory instruments fulfil the following essential criteria:

  • Ease of use

The instruments are often used by several people, the operation via touch panel or control elements should be intuitive and self-explanatory.

  • Accurate results

Laboratory results are the basis for further decisions. Therefore, it is absolutely essential that the results are precise, reliable and reproducible at any time.

  • Fast

Often, entire analyses of many test series have to be carried out. The results must therefore be available as quickly as possible.

  • Low susceptibility to errors

Disturbances, errors and deviations lead to uncertainty and make repetitions necessary. The instruments must analyse, calculate, store and evaluate data very reliably.

What do you need to consider when buying a laboratory measuring instrument?

Before you start looking for a suitable measuring instrument, you should definitely define

  • What you want to measure - area of application?
  • How accurately you want to measure - quality of the instrument?
  • Who is to measure: touch panel or rather practical knobs and switches;
  • Where to measure - desktop or portable.

Almost all laboratory measuring instruments have analogue and digital versions. Each instrument has its own advantages and disadvantages. There are also multifunctional instruments that combine the functions of several laboratory measuring instruments in one.
Of course, the choice is largely determined by the available budget.
In our shop you will find what you need - take a look around.

e data very reliably.

What do you need to consider when buying a laboratory measuring instrument?

Before you start looking for a suitable measuring instrument, you should definitely define • What you want to measure - area of application? • How accurately you want to measure - quality of the instrument? • Who is to measure: touch panel or rather practical knobs and switches; • Where to measure - desktop or portable. Almost all laboratory measuring instruments have analogue and digital versions. Each instrument has its own advantages and disadvantages. There are also multifunctional instruments that combine the functions of several laboratory measuring instruments in one. Of course, the choice is largely determined by the available budget. In our shop you will find what you need - take a look around.

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