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Power Meter & Power Sensor

Keysight power meters operate with sensors of various types (CW, average and peak and average), covering numerous frequency and power ranges to accurately measure the power of RF and microwave signals. Applications include testing the output power of communication base-station transmitters, cellular telephones, radar system equipment, and much more.

Learn more on how to select the right power meter and power sensors: “The Power Meter and Sensors Selection Guide”

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Compare All Power Meters & Power Sensors (35)

  • Waveguide Power Sensors Waveguide Power Sensors (3) 

    Waveguide Power Sensors

    Keysight's Eband, Vband, and Wband waveguide power sensor models.

  • USB Power Sensors USB Power Sensors (21) 

    USB Power Sensors

    • U2040 X-Series Wide Dynamic Range Power Sensors
    • U2020 X-Series USB Peak and Average Power Sensors
    • U8480 Series USB Thermocouple Power Sensors
    • U2000 Series USB Average Power Sensors

  • P-Series Power Meters P-Series Power Meters (3) 

    P-Series Power Meters

    The Keysight P-Series power meters provide wideband (30 MHz video bandwidth) peak, average, peak-to-average ratio, maximum power, minimum power, rise time, fall time and statistical (CCDF, PDF) measurements.

  • EPM and EPM-P Series Power Meters EPM and EPM-P Series Power Meters (4) 

    EPM and EPM-P Series Power Meters

    The EPM power meters provide CW and average power measurements. The EPM-P power meters provide peak, average, peak-to-average ratio and time-gated power measurements.

  • N432A and 432A Thermistor Power Meters N432A and 432A Thermistor Power Meters (1) 

    N432A and 432A Thermistor Power Meters

    The N432A thermistor power meter is an automatic, self-balancing power meter for use with temperature-compensated thermistor mount sensors. The N432A replaces the legacy 432A analog power meter, with enhanced performance and features.

  • V3500A Handheld RF Power Meter V3500A Handheld RF Power Meter (1) 

    V3500A Handheld RF Power Meter

    • Broad 10MHz to 6GHz frequency range enables use in a wide variety of applications
    • Wide dynamic range of -63dBm to +20dBm
    • Integrated power sensor eliminates the need to carry a separate power sensor
    • Internal power reference enable self calibration
    • Absolute accuracy as good as ±0.21dB

  • 53140 Series Microwave Counter/Power Meter/DVM, up to 46 GHz 53140 Series Microwave Counter/Power Meter/DVM, up to 46 GHz (1) 

    53140 Series Microwave Counter/Power Meter/DVM, up to 46 GHz

  • 8990B Peak Power Analyzer 8990B Peak Power Analyzer (1) 

    8990B Peak Power Analyzer

    The Keysight 8990B peak power analyzer provides complete and accurate characterization of today's complex pulsed signals.

  • Power Sensors Power Sensors 

    Power Sensors

    Keysight power sensors cover a wide range, from the average N8480 series thermocouple sensors, peak-and-average E-Series sensors, and wideband P-Series sensors to the USB-based U2000 series sensors.

  • Power Meter and Power Sensor Accessories Power Meter and Power Sensor Accessories 

    Power Meter and Power Sensor Accessories

    The range calibrators comprise the models 11683A and the 8477A. There are four sensor cable families, the 11730A-F, 1.5m (5 ft) to 61m (200 ft) and the E9288A-C, 1.5m (5 ft) to 10m (31 ft.), the N1917A-C, and the U2031A-C.

Power Meters and Power Sensors [Supprimé]
Product support information for your discontinued and obsolete Power Meters.