Author Topic: You ought to enter the link inside - 3458A VS fluke 8508A VS Keithley 2002  (Read 5097 times)

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Offline eevblogfan

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hey

please share with me the thought you raise just when you find the problem(s) with that Link

http://dmm.findthebest.com/compare/10-29-168/Keithley-2002-vs-Agilent-3458A-vs-Fluke-8508A

Ps. is it equipment related or general stuff related ?
 

Offline Jay_Diddy_B

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Hi,

From the information in the table I am thinking of buying the Fluke.

I like the Operating temperature range -200 to + 661 C (handy with Global warming)  :-DMM

But I am not sure about the DC accuracy of +/- 4%  :-//

Maybe the dc accuracy is stated over the full operating temperature range.


I ruled out the Keithley 2002 because the DC current accuracy is 1000%. I can already achieve 200% with a few turns of wire wrapped around a compass.

All I can say is 'Wow ! that's Fantastic' or in the modern language  :wtf:

I guess they need some one to do some proof reading.

Jay_Diddy_B



 

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I'm impressed. They got very little right, even trivial stuff like if the Keithley supports resistance. The 1 ppm spec for the 3458A AC current is impressive! I guess this was either created by a clueless person or some misguided AI algorithm attempting to analyze the datasheet.
 

Offline plesa

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In attachment is good comparison.
I`m not sure if the website will give someone useful data for purchase. It is more for some cheap DMM, not for these high-ends.
« Last Edit: June 24, 2013, 10:17:39 pm by plesa »
 

Offline quarks

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A lot of the shown data is unfortunately wrong. I wish at least the 8508A price would have been close, but when I searched for one, in Germany they asked for about 20k€ incl. Tax.
 

Offline free_electron

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In attachment is good comparison.
I`m not sure if the website will give someone useful data for purchase. It is more for some cheap DMM, not for these high-ends.

Nah. That test is flawed. The hp is clearly heavier so it should win that category. Its also larger so it should win there too , and it also costs more, so it should win there too

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