The Lab-Volt Computer-Assisted 0.2-kW Electromechanical Training System (EMS), Model 8006, is a modern modular program that provides new opportunities for laboratory observations in the study of electric power technology. The program incorporates various techniques used in industry to generate and use electrical energy. The courseware covers power circuits, transformers, and common AC/DC machines. It is presented in two student manuals.
CheckSum Manufacturing Defects Analyzers (MDAs) provide the capability to quickly and easily test assemblies for common manufacturing defects such as incorrect, missing or misoriented components, and opens and shorts.
Cascade Microtech’s CM300xi with Contact Intelligence technology meets the measurement challenges brought on by extremely complex environments, such as unattended test at multiple temperatures. The CM300xi provides the lab automation capabilities needed to make critical precision electrical measurements for device characterization, high-volume engineering and extremely challenging applications. With renowned Cascade Microtech precision measurement expertise, you can confidently deliver accurate and reliable data for current and evolving device technologies.
This "drop tester" imposes shock impulses of controlled amplitude and duration. Peak values can be as high as 100,000 g, with durations as short as 0.05 ms. A typical test condition for drop testing of electronic assemblies is a half-sine impulse of 1500 g for 0.5 ms. The machine provides continuity monitoring at nanosecond resolution in accordance with testing standards and industry practices. A smaller, Research Ops-built drop tower is also available.
The HMS-3000 Hall Measurement System is a complete system for measuring the resistivity, carrier concentration, and mobility of semiconductors.
The HMS-3000 includes software with I-V curve capability for checking the ohmic integrity of the user made sample contacts. The systems can be used to characterize various materials including semiconductors and compound semiconductors (N Type & P Type) such as Si, Ge, SiGe, SiC, GaAs, InGaAs, InP, GaN, ZnO, TCOs, metals, etc., at both 300K and 77K (room temperature and liquid nitrogen temperature).
You should be getting 98% or better accuracy from your meters, but typical meters run at only 92%-97%. When each additional percentage point is worth another bushel or two for every acre, there’s plenty of room for improvement.
The PARSTAT 2273 is the ultimate potentiostat/galvanostat, boasting superior quality and high reliability. Its exceptional impedance capability, resolution, speed, high current, and high compliance voltage continues to be the standard against which all other systems are measured.