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Test and measurement equipment features multiple-line color LCD display

Tue, 11/02/2010 - 5:18am

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QUANTIA general test and measurement product family, QUANTI, that can comprise of a combination of functions, e.g. such as electrical safety and digital multimeter (DMM) or LCR (inductance, capacitance and resistance) meter, is introduced by the Finnish technology company Finero Oy.

The Quanti range of functional and electrical safety testers, and a combination of them, is believed to be the first of its kind, as users can have the necessary test and measurement meters depending on the type of tests to be carried out. This reduces the need to stack different kind of test and measurement equipment on each other on R&D test bench.

Quanti T&M equipment family has at least 13 different models, which can incorporate among others DMM, Hipot, Ground Bond, etc. functions accommodating the general test & measurement needs in labs, production and type tests.

Having all functional testing combined with electrical safety testing in one unit saves cabling costs and space within a 19” standard rack. It enables easier programming and training as the user only needs to be familiar with one product from one company. All Quanti T&M equipment is used in the same way. The unit can also be bench mounted.

Easy programming of the units is achieved through the use of only four buttons and a flywheel knob. The four buttons are ‘soft buttons’, with their current meaning always clearly shown on the display, while the flywheel is used to select parameters.

Information and data provided can be seen on the multiple-line color LCD display. Clear commands make the software easy and intuitive to use. Comfortable menus make sure that the operator can adjust all test parameters correctly. User can select menu languages English, German, French and Spanish.

The available Windows software allows the creation and loading of test programs on a PC. A test program can comprise of several test steps. For example, a program could be written that raises the test voltage (in Hipot) according to a certain ramp time to a particular level, then keep it there, lower it or raise higher, do a functional measurement such as measuring current, then perform the Hipot test again. Test programs can be uploaded via USB slot on the front panel.

Automating the testing means that production staff does not need a high level of training to conduct the test procedures.

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