agilent_sensor_WEB.jpgAgilent Technologies Inc. announced the Agilent U2000 Series of USB-based power sensors which operate without power meters or extra hardware modules, they save bench space, and make field work easier and simpler. These sensors can be used with a variety of the company's signal sources, spectrum analyzers and network analyzers, extending each instrument's capabilities to perform accurate average-power measurements. In addition to fast and easy setup with plug-and-play USB connectivity, the sensors also ease monitoring and troubleshooting with the feature-packed N1918A Power Analysis Manager software. The series currently includes four models that deliver up to 250 readings/s, 9 kHz to 24 GHz frequency range and -60 dBm to +20 dBm power range. Each sensor includes a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface for simple, quick setup. With internal zeroing capability, calibration can be done without disconnecting the sensor from the device under test, hence reducing test time and sensor wear-and-tear.Pricing starts at $2,300.
Agilent Technologies Inc.

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