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Do you think the 3458A is being requested much more often than it should be ?

Yes , There are more meters available and more available to use
7 (46.7%)
It'd be okay as a substitute, but doesn't always need to be first choice
5 (33.3%)
No, I wanted it that way !
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Yes, sometimes they say n/a for accuracy when they really want resolution but don't say it and a 3455A or other may do.
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Author Topic: [POLL]Standards requirements  (Read 14379 times)

Offline casey

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RE:[POLL] Standards requirements
« Reply #15 on: 05-04-2005 -- 02:59:42 »
We use 5700s or 5720s.
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RE:[POLL] Standards requirements
« Reply #16 on: 05-04-2005 -- 04:59:46 »
Must be the 5720 because the spec I was thinking of cannot be achieved on a 5700 AAF and probably not the NAF which is why the 5200w/5205 was still used on some meters for ACV.

edit: not because the 5700 wasn't accurate enough - because it simply couldn't produce the required level and frequency.

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Re: [POLL]Standards requirements
« Reply #17 on: 07-20-2005 -- 21:11:34 »
The 3458 is listed as a primary so often because it makes TO writing easier. It leaves the onus on the tech to figure out the suitable replacements (most of the time an 8840 will get it done!)

What he said. :-D

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Re: [POLL]Standards requirements
« Reply #18 on: 09-13-2005 -- 17:48:38 »
We often use the Keithley 2000. It's s*$%-hot for a compact bench DMM!

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Re: [POLL]Standards requirements
« Reply #19 on: 09-25-2005 -- 10:08:19 »
I don't much care for Keithley at all.
A 34401A is more versatile.
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