Author Topic: 6.5 digit datalogging multimeter, opinions?  (Read 21403 times)

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Re: 6.5 digit datalogging multimeter, opinions?
« Reply #50 on: October 30, 2013, 06:03:18 pm »
The Keithley 2100 is an Array design, similar to the Rigol scopes sold by Agilent. It's an Array product sold under the Keithley label. Going to a manufacturer and asking to sell their instrument under your name is very different from paying them to produce your design. This would be more similar to Foxconn selling a 'Foxconn iPhone'.
 

Offline ErikTheNorwegian

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Re: 6.5 digit datalogging multimeter, opinions?
« Reply #51 on: October 30, 2013, 10:13:22 pm »
I use a Fluke 8846A.. its serves me well, its so dear to me that i have it mentiond in my prenup..  ^-^ The wife will get the kids.. i my Fluke..


 

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Re: 6.5 digit datalogging multimeter, opinions?
« Reply #52 on: December 27, 2017, 01:24:12 am »
Bronson,

I would guess by now that you know that you can get an extra digit of resolution when using the HP3457A on GPIB. Something they do not show on the display. I guess of they did that it could hurt sales of higher resolution meters although at the time I think the HP3458A was the next step up and considerably more expensive.

By the way how did you make out with the original project you purchased the mete for?

Sam
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