Precision Current-Voltage Analyzers Series

Precision Current-Voltage Analyzer Series ensures accurate and efficient current-voltage measurements that give a clear insight into IV characteristics across a wide range of applications. The powerful characterization software and integrated source and measurements units (SMUs) make it much quicker and simpler to obtain accurate IV characterization. The EasyEXPERT group+ software supports all the characterization tasks such as measurement setup and execution, data analysis, data management and protection and so on, using the graphical intuitive user interface and mouse/keyboard operation. The Current Voltage Analyzers Series provides a wide selection of IV analyzers suitable to your specific current voltage measurement needs in the range from an economic model to the most advanced analyzer capable of supporting cutting-edge applications.

Curve Tracer / Power Device Analyzer Series

The Keysight Curve Tracer / Power Device Analyzers are the best solutions for power device evaluation. Curve Tracers / Power Device Analyzers have wide voltage and current coverage options ranging from 3 kV / 20 A to 10 kV / 1500 A and other features that make them capable of handling all types of power devices. The Series provides a wide selection of curve tracers suitable to the needs of power device manufacturers and power electronics circuit / product manufacturers.

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