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Is calibration report included in the 16380V-001 Upgrade Kit which adds the 10 µF standard capacitor to the 16380C?
Yes, the 16380V-001 Upgrade Kit includes the 10 µF standard capacitor and its calibration report.

FAQ 2009-06-23

What benefits can I get by replacing the 4286A with the 4287A?

FAQ 2009-03-11

Do the 4284A GPIB commands comply with SCPI?
Yes. The GPIB programming language of the 4284A is SCPI.

FAQ 2009-03-11

Can I use any instrument driver software for the 4284A?
National Instrument’s LabVIEW driver supports the 4284A.

FAQ 2009-03-11

Is there a 16060A-like transformer test fixture usable with the 4284A?
No transformer test fixture for the 4284A is available.

FAQ 2009-03-11

Is there a 16060A-like transformer test fixture usable with the E4980A?
No transformer test fixture for the E4980A is available.

FAQ 2009-03-11

What is the difference between Signal Level Compensation (SLC) in the E4981A and Auto Level Compensation (ALC) in the 4268A?
The SLC enables a faster signal level convergence and can provide a constant voltage at the higher capacitance value than the ALC. However, when the DUT has high resistance, the voltage level error may occur.

FAQ 2009-02-19

Can open/short/load correction data be entered in the 4285A from an external PC over GPIB?

FAQ 2009-01-14

What is the output impedance of the 4285A?

FAQ 2009-01-14

What are the key points of the techniques for integrating the 4285A in a scanner system?
To select an appropriate scanner, you need to determine the connection method (three-terminal, four-terminal, shielded four-terminal, etc) suitable for the impedance range of the devices to be measured.

FAQ 2009-01-14

How can I order the upgrade kits for the 4285A?
The available upgrade kits are listed on the 4285A Option Upgrades page, which is linked to Keysight LCR Meters Upgrades homepage.

FAQ 2009-01-14

What compensation should I perform when I use the 16048B with the 4285A?
It is recommended to set the Cable Length function of the 4285A to "1 m" and perform open/short/load compensation at the DUT contact terminals of the test fixture connected to the tip of the 16048B.

FAQ 2009-01-13

How can I get a 0603 size LOAD standard that can be used to perform LOAD correction using the 16196C and other SMD test fixtures?
Keysight part number 0699-6926 can be used as a LOAD standard. It is a 51-ohm chip resistor.

FAQ 2009-01-13

How should open compensation be performed on the 16034E/G/H?
Locate the High and Low side contact pins the same distance apart as the length of the DUT by using the following procedure...

FAQ 2009-01-13

Can I use the 16048B with the 4285A for the cable extension?
Yes, the 16048B (Part Number 16048-60030) can be used with the 4285A. But, it is not easy to perform the cable correction using the 100-ohm resistor box (furnished with the 4285A).

FAQ 2009-01-13

What should I care in order to ensure good measurement correlation between the 16196A/B/C/D and other Keysight test fixtures?

FAQ 2009-01-13

Isn't the current 16034E equipped with a dual-post stopper while previous ones had the stopper attached to the right side of Hcur connector?
The 16034E currently has no stopper because all impedance analyzers that required the stopper became obsolescence by 2001.

FAQ 2009-01-13

What is the purpose of the grounding lead of the 16048D?
The grounding lead of the 16048D is used to interconnect this shielding conductor and the ground terminal on LCR meter's front panel.

FAQ 2009-01-13

Can a DC bias current be applied to an inductor DUT when the 16065C is used with the 4263B?
No, the 16065C can only be used to apply a DC voltage bias.

FAQ 2009-01-13

How can I obtain the open and short terminations which are not supplied with the 42030A?
The 42090A Open Termination and the 42091A Short Termination are available as the four-terminal-pair open/short reference terminations.

FAQ 2009-01-13

Why is the cylindrical insulator used in the 16196A/B/C/D test fixtures, which surrounds the DUT?
The cylindrical insulator in the 16196A/B/C/D is used to accurately position the DUT in the coaxial fixture, preventing the DUT's electrodes from contacting the outer conductor (ground) of the fixture.

FAQ 2009-01-13

How can I replace the contact electrodes of the 16118A?
The contact electrodes of the 16118A cannot be replaced by user.

FAQ 2009-01-13

What are the differences between the 16048A and the 16048D?
The differences between the 16048A and 16048D are shown in the table below...

FAQ 2009-01-13

What is the maximum DC bias output current of the 4285A with option 001?

FAQ 2009-01-12

How do I connect the 16048G 1m BNC connector leads to the 16452A?
You need four BNC(m) to BNC(m) adapters (Keysight part number 1250-0216) to connect the 16048G to the 16452A.

FAQ 2009-01-12

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