The 6500B series of Precision Impedance Analyzers provide precise and fast testing of components at frequencies up to 120 MHz. Basic measurement accuracy is ±0.05% making the instruments the best in the class.
The accuracy and versatility makes the precision analyzers the ideal choice for many different tasks and applications including passive component design, dielectric material characterisation and manufacturing test.
Engineers need to evaluate component characteristics at high frequencies with high levels of accuracy. The 65120B 120 MHz Precision Impedance Analyzer is therefore ideal for many demanding tasks, combining accuracy and ease of use at an affordable price. If a frequency range up to 120 MHz is not required then other models are available. The 6505B 5MHz instrument is the entry level model in the range.
Capacitance, inductance and impedance basic accuracy is an excellent ±0.05%. Dissipation factor accuracy is ±0.0005 and the quality factor accuracy is ±0.05%.
The 6500B series of Precision Impedance Analyzers are highly accurate high frequency component analyzers with a host of useful features.
Graphical sweep of two measured parameters is available and displayed on the clear, large, colour display. Swept parameters are frequency, drive level and DC bias.
Display formats available include series or parallel equivalent circuit.
An Equivalent Circuit Anlysis function is available . This allows modelling and curve fitting to various equivalent circuit models. Four types of three component and a four component model are available. The instrument will calculate the nearest equivalent circuit parameters for the measurement traces and revise the results. Alternatively the component parameters may be entered and the instrument will plot the frequency characteristics.
For single frequency measurements a meter mode is available.
AC drive levels up to 1V or 20mA can be selected to evaluate components in realistic operating environments.
The /D1 DC bias option provides 0 to +40V dc bias voltage and 0 to +100mA dc bias current while the /D2 option provides -40V to +40V dc bias voltage.
The GPIB interface is used to control the instrument and read back measured values for applications such as quality control or for archiving purposes.
An Ethernet interface similarly allows the instrument to be controlled and to send out data - allowing it to be integrated into many test environments.
An external monitor or projector may be connected to the instrument. The ability to provide a large screen display is invaluable in production environments or for teaching and training.
Instrument control from both a keyboard and mouse is available. Any keyboard or mouse, with either PS/2 or USB interfaces, can be simply connected to provide an alternative method of instrument control and operation.
All measurement and setup data can be stored using the Ethernet interface or a USB flash memory (supplied as standard).
Up to 20 instrument setups may be stored locally for each mode.
The /B1 option (non-isolated 5V) or /B2 option (isolated 24V) signals are available through a 25-way D-type connector. 10 bins can be set using absolute or percentage limits.
Hard copy printouts can be obtained in a number of ways including direct to an HP-PCL compatible graphics printer or Epson compatible text/ticket printer. A networked HP-PCL compatible printer may also be used via Ethernet connection.
Four front panel BNC connectors permit three or four terminal connections with the screens at ground potential.
The 1J1011 component fixture, supplied as standard, ensures optimum performance when measuring a wide range of components of leaded components and devices.
1J1012 (2 Terminal) and 1J1014 (4 Terminal) fixtures allow connection to surface mount devices.
High precision measuring instruments can be damaged by charged capacitors which can cause costly repairs and unacceptable downtime. All the models in the range incorporate protection against charged capacitors.
The 6500B series capabilities are best summarised by "Comprehensive and precise component tests at higher frequencies". The instruments are the perfect solution for those who have demanding component measurement needs.
/E option - Equivalent Circuit Analysis
/K option - Materials Test
/M option - Multi Measurement Mode
/Y option - Polar Complex Plots
4 Terminal component fixture, Remote test fixture for axial, radial or bandoliered components. Complete with cable terminating in four BNC connectors
4 Terminal Lead, 600 mm extension cable terminated with four BNC connectors at the instrument end and four individual crocodile clips at the component end.
SMD probe leads, The 1905A ead with two sprung needle probes is used to access surface mounted devices on circuit boards and for interfacing to hybrid components and chip components on tape.
SMD probe leads with 1023, The 1905X is a 4-2 BNC converter plus lead with two sprung needle probes to access surface mounted devices on circuit boards and for interfacing to hybrid components and chip components on tape.
Kelvin Clips (fine jaw), Wayne Kerr Kelvin Clips consist of a 0.6 m cable assembly terminated with four BNC connectors at the analyzer end and a pair of 4-terminal Kelvin clips at the Device Under Test end.
SMD Tweezers, Chip component tweezers for contacting leadless devices. The cable is terminated with BNC connectors.
Kelvin Clips, The 40150 is a price sensitive version of 1EVA40100 Fine Jaw Kelvin Clips for use with 4300 series LCR Meters
Kelvin Clips (large jaw), 600mm extension cable terminated with four BNC connectors at the instrument end and a pair of large jawed Kelvin clips at the component end.
Converter 4 to 1 BNC, The 1J1001 4 to 1 BNC Converter is used to connect a Wayne Kerr 6500 analyzer to the Device Under Test using a single BNC connector. This is useful when the connection terminal of the DUT is a single BNC, such as some antennas. The outer of the single BNC is isolated.
Converter 4 to 2 BNC, The 1J1001 4 to 1 BNC Converter is used to connect a Wayne Kerr 6500 analyzer to the Device Under Test which is terminated in two BNC connectors.
SMD 2 Terminal Fixture, The 1012 fixture makes a 2-terminal measurement to end contact surface mount devices and is suitable for medium and high impedance devices.
SMD 4 Terminal Fixture, The 1014 fixture makes a 4-terminal measurement to end contact surface mount devices and is especially suitable for low impedance devices.
Dielectric Material Fixture, The 1020 Fixture is used with the 6500 series, and when used with the /K Materials Test firmware option allows the permittivity of the Material Under Test (MUT) to be calculated automatically.It allows both the Contacting Electrode and the Non-contacting Electrode Methods to be used up to a maximum frequency of 30 MHz.
Liquid Fixture, The 1J1022 Liquid Fixture is used to make accurate dielectric constant and impedance measurements of liquid materials. When used with a Wayne Kerr 6500 analyzer then the 1J1002 4-2 BNC Converter (available separately) must also be used.
BNC 4-2 Adaptor, The 1023 adaptor allows 2-terminal accessories to be used with 4-terminal analyzers, such as the 4300 and 6500, which do not have a 2 Term/ 4 Term switching facility on their front panel.
Grounded Component Probe, The 1025 probe allows a 6500 to make ground referenced impedance measurements. In normal use the 6500 is unable to measure components which have one terminal directly referenced to ground, but the 1025 Probe is the solution to this restriction.
DIP Fixture, The 1026 fixture is used with 6565 dc bias units to mount conventional DIL devices for testing up to 20A
DIP Fixture, The 1027 fixture is used with 6565 dc bias units to mount conventional DIL devices for testing up to 40A
DIP Fixture, The 1028 fixture is used with 6565 dc bias units to mount conventional DIL devices for testing up to 60A
SMD 2 Terminal Bottom Contact Adaptor, The 1031 adaptor is used with 1026, 1027 or 1028 fixtures to allow 2-terminal connections to bottom contact surface mount devices for testing up to 60A.
4 Terminal SMD Fixture, The 10264 fixture is used with 6565 dc bias units to allow 4-terminal connections to bottom contact surface mount devices for testing up to 20A
4 Terminal SMD Fixture, The 10274 fixture is used with 6565 dc bias units to allow 4-terminal connections to bottom contact surface mount devices for testing up to 40A
4 Terminal SMD Fixture, The 10284 fixture is used with 6565 dc bias units to allow 4-terminal connections to bottom contact surface mount devices for testing up to 60A
SMD 4 Terminal Bottom Contact Fixture, The 10324 fixture makes a 4-terminal measurement to bottom contact surface mount devices and is especially suitable for low impedance devices.
Transfer Standard Kit, The 7010 Transfer Standard Kit consists of conventional body transfer standards which must be used when extension cables or different fixtures (to the 1011 supplied with the unit) are used with a 6500. They allow the open circuit, short circuit and HF compensation routines to be performed.
Transfer Standard Kit, The 7011 Transfer Standard Kit consists of surface mount component transfer standards which must be used when extension cables or different fixtures (to the 1011 supplied with the unit) are used with a 6500. They allow the open circuit, short circuit and HF compensation routines to be performed.
Terminator kit, The 7012 terminator kit must be used with fixtures which do not have the 6500 terminating components built into them. The kit consists of 4 BNC female to male adaptors.
Terminator kit, The 7013 terminator kit must be used with fixtures which do not have the 6500 terminating components built into them. The kit consists of 4 BNC female to female adaptors.
High Frequency DC Bias, To evaluate components at currents up to 60 A, the 6565 DC Bias Units are used with the Wayne Kerr 6500B and 6500p models of precision analyzers