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DC Power Analyzers

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Where can I find manuals for discontinued and obsolete Hewlett-Packard, Agilent and Keysight test equipment?
Most Keysight products have PDF manuals that can be found on product pages. Other vendors also supply old manuals.

FAQ 2014-08-01

When I put a N6700 family DC Power Supply module into my mainframe, I get error 207 listed on the front panel when I turn the unit on. What does th...
Error 207 means “calibration file version error”. This means that the module was calibrated in a N6700B mainframe with a version of firmware that is newer than the version of firmware in the mainframe where it is generating the error.

FAQ 2012-07-30

How Do I Find My Host Information?
The Host ID is the model and/or serial number of the product, both of which can be found on the serial number label on the back of the instrument.

FAQ 2012-06-14

What is the part number for the output connector for the N67XX?
This information is found on pg 24 of the N6700B user guide.

FAQ 2011-07-08

What are the differences between the Keysight N6705A DC Power Analyzer and the N6705B DC Power Analyzer?
The N6705B mainframe has new labeling that identifies which knobs have secondary functions when you press them...

FAQ 2010-08-09

Are there other resources for my DC power supply product questions?
Keysight's discussion forums at contain tips, discussions and programming examples from other users.

FAQ 2010-03-10

What does the LGA option on the N6751A and N6752A modules offer?
The LGA option is strongly recommended on the N6751A/52A modules. The LGA option stands for Large Gate Array.

FAQ 2009-12-20

Do I need to order option 054 (High Speed Test Extensions) for the N6751A, N6752A, and N6754A High Performance DC Power Modules, when I plan on usi...
Option 054 is not required when the DC Power Module will be used in a DC Power Analyzer.

FAQ 2007-11-04