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The DMM6500 is a modern bench/system DMM delivering more measurement functionality, best-in-class measurement insight, and a price that will not break your budget. The most recognizable feature of the DMM6500 is the large 5-inch (12.7 cm) capacitive touch screen display that makes it easy to observe, interact with, and explore measurements with “pinch and zoom” simplicity. Beyond its display technology, the DMM 6500 superior
analog measurement performance delivers 25 PPM basic DCV accuracy for one year and 30 PPM for two years, potentially allowing you to extend your calibration cycles.
The DMM6500 is equipped with all the measurement functions you would expect in a bench multimeter, so there’s no need to buy additional measurement capabilities. Its 15 measurement functions, including capacitance, temperature (RTD, thermistor, and thermocouple), diode test with variable current sources, and up to 1 MS/sec digitizing are now included.
The digitizing function can be used for voltage or current and is especially useful in capturing transient anomalies or to help profile power events such as the operating states of today’s battery operated devices. Current and voltage can be digitized with a programmable 1 MS/sec 16-bit digitizer, making it possible to acquire waveforms without the need for a separate instrument.
|15 measurement functions including capacitance, temperature, and digitizing|
|Expanded measurement ranges include 10 pA to 10 A and 1 mΩ to 100 MΩ|
|Large 5-inch (12.7 cm) multi-touch capacitive touchscreen with graphical display|
|Large internal memory; store up to 7 million readings|
|Multiple language modes: SCPI, TSP® scripting, Keithley 2000 SCPI emulation, Keysight 34401A SCPI emulation|
|Two-year specifications allow for longer calibration cycles|
|Standard USB-TMC and LXI/Ethernet communication interfaces|
|Optional user-installable communication interfaces including: GPIB, TSP-Link®, and RS-232|
|Capture voltage or current transients with 1 MS/sec digitizer|
|USB host port for storing readings, instrument configurations, and screen images|