Test and Measurement

A range of test and measurement equipment is available on request to meet specific needs.

Universal Interface Box

This equipment has been designed primarily to allow beam line instruments to use the NIM signals from the period cards; however it can also act as an interface between diverse equipment.  It can accept and send analogue, TTL, optical and serial RS232 data.  Additionally it has NIM inputs, a relay drive and a 4 – 20ma output.

A separate analogue interface box is available for this device which allows it to accept a much wider range of analogue signals as well as a 4 – 20ma signal.

Universal Interface Box

Universal Interface Box
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Bore Scope

The bore scope allows hazardous or enclosed areas to be viewed with a camera.  It is a semi-rigid, flexible fiberscope with its own light source and a standard camera fitting.  There are two sizes available, 1.9mm by 1m or 7mm by 1.2m.

 

 


Scope Meter

This a portable device for measuring and analysing signals.  It combines the capabilities of an oscilloscope, a multi-meter and a recorder into one rugged, portable device.

 

 


Thermal Imager

This is an easy to use, portable device which allows the user to visually check surface temperatures.  It has a point and shoot operation and intuitive on screen guidance.  It is also possible to store measurement data by pulling the trigger.

 

Thermal Imager

Thermal Imager
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Source Meter

The Source meter is designed specifically for test applications that demand tightly coupled sourcing and measurement.  It provides precision voltage and current sourcing as well as measurement capabilities.  The instrument is both a highly stable DC power source and a true instrument-grade 5-1/2 digit multimeter.  The power source characteristics include low noise, precision and readback. The multimeter capabilities include high repeatability and low noise.  The result is a compact, single-channel, DC parametric tester.  In operation these instruments can act as a voltage source, a current source, a voltage meter, a current meter and an ohmmeter.

Source Meter

Source Meter
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