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Author Topic: Agilent 11812A verification kit  (Read 988 times)

Offline griff61

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Agilent 11812A verification kit
« on: 12-11-2018 -- 20:45:45 »
Does anyone have a good source to buy a couple Agilent 11812A verification kits?
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Re: Agilent 11812A verification kit
« Reply #1 on: 12-11-2018 -- 21:19:03 »
After a moment of thought, I realized it was implicit that you are asking about the used market.  I have one, and one of these years, we will get it calibrated and thus, calibrate our OPT 050's on our HP 8902A's. Slightly off topic, but wondering if you (or anyone) knows places to get it calibrated. The US Army Primary Lab was one place we found. Also, even if you get it calibrated, anyone know how to enter new coefficients into OPT050 memory on the 8902A? 

One place I always check is used-line [dot] com. It is a broad search engine for all things used.
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Re: Agilent 11812A verification kit
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Re: Agilent 11812A verification kit
« Reply #3 on: 12-12-2018 -- 16:24:05 »
The US Army Primary Lab was one place we found. Also, even if you get it calibrated, anyone know how to enter new coefficients into OPT050 memory on the 8902A? 

We're mainly interested in using them with NextGen. We're an Army Lab so we get to use the APSL for free! (sort of). I was asking because we have one source, or pretend source that wants essentially what they cost new...but they don't have any available.
Not sure if they know how a quote works.
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