Measuring meter for field and laboratory applications

B&K Precision's 880 handheld LCR meter is designed to measure inductance, capacitance, and resistance with 0.1% basic impedance accuracy and is suitable for characterizing components in the field or laboratory environments.
By B&K Precision June 9, 2016

B+K Precision's 880 handheld LCR meter is designed to measure inductance, capacitance, and resistance with 0.1% basic impedance accuracy and is suitable for characterizing components in the field or laboratory environments. Courtesy: B+K PrecisionB&K Precision’s 880 handheld LCR meter is designed to measure inductance, capacitance, and resistance with 0.1% basic impedance accuracy. The 880 also provides test frequencies up to 100 kHz, selectable test signal levels, and 4-terminal measurement capabilities. With a fast auto-ranging function, convenient single-push auto detect mode, and versatile functions such as data recording, tolerance sorting, and relative mode, the 880 is suitable for characterizing components in the field or laboratory environments. Four-terminal shielded configurations can help minimize measurement errors and improve measurement accuracy. Using 4-terminal Kelvin test leads can help mitigate the effect of lead impedances and contact resistances. The 880 offers a 4-terminal socket with separate sensing and current leads plus a guard terminal. The 880 also features a dual display with 40,000-count and 10,000-count resolution for primary and secondary measurements, respectively. Selectable test frequencies include 100 Hz, 120 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, and 100 kHz.

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