Analogue electronics.

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Analogue electronics.

Think different.

Analogue electronics. Think different.

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Measuring range 1

0nH .. 20µH

Frequency of measurement: 1 .. 6MHz.

Absolute error: no more than 0.2 nH (after heating and calibrating by the user)

Absolute error without user calibration: no more than 3nH.

Relative error of measurement for the 100 nH standard: not more than 0.5%

 

Measuring range 2

15µH..500µH

Frequency of measurement: 60kHz .. 300kHz

Absolute error: no more than 15nH

Relative error of measurement for the 10μH standard: not more than 0.5%

Relative error of measurement for 220μH standard: not more than 0.5%

Relative error of measurement over the entire 1μH..200μH range: no more than 1.5%

We equipped the meter with a unique measuring connector, specially designed to measure coils in SMD enclosures and typical air coils.
In contrast to the measuring handles used in typical LCR bridges (terminal with spring clamps), our connector allows you to take measurements much faster and more conveniently.
The SMD element is inserted into the slot between the contact bars so that the element will wedge between the bars. This operation takes several seconds and does not require as much attention as with classic terminals.

We equipped the meter with a unique measuring connector, specially designed to measure coils in SMD enclosures and typical air coils.
In contrast to the measuring handles used in typical LCR bridges (terminal with spring clamps), our connector allows you to take measurements much faster and more conveniently.

 

The SMD element is inserted into the slot between the contact bars so that the element will wedge between the bars. This operation takes several seconds and does not require as much attention as with classic terminals.

We equipped the meter with a unique measuring connector, specially designed to measure coils in SMD enclosures and typical air coils.
In contrast to the measuring handles used in typical LCR bridges (terminal with spring clamps), our connector allows you to take measurements much faster and more conveniently.
The SMD element is inserted into the slot between the contact bars so that the element will wedge between the bars. This operation takes several seconds and does not require as much attention as with classic terminals.

 

The contact elements of the connector are gold-plated, which makes it possible to use the connector for a long time, without worrying about contact deterioration.
However, it should be remembered that the connector must be cleaned from time to time, as the measured elements may leave deposits on the contacts.
In turn, wire coils (typical silver-plated wire) can be measured by inserting the ends of the coil into a pair of openings of both contact bars.
The special design of the openings causes that the coil leads slightly wedge in the holes, which ensures good electrical contact. The pins are also wedged when the diameter of the wire is smaller than the diameter of the hole - eg if the ends of the coil are from 0.5mm wire and they are inserted into the 0.8mm holes, the contact will be correct.
Unfortunately, the above method can not be used to measure a coil of very thick wire (over 1mm) and those with soft leads. In this case, use the alligator clips. Miniature banana sockets (2mm standard) placed in contact bars serve this purpose.

NOTE: some SMD coils have "skids" type contacts, i.e. their electrical contacts are only accessible from the bottom of the element.
Such coils can not be measured by typical wedging in the socket.
The measurement of such elements consists in placing in the space between contact bars, but without wedging.
To ensure contact of the element with the lower contact surfaces, press the measured coil from the top.

We equipped the meter with a unique measuring connector, specially designed to measure coils in SMD enclosures and typical air coils.
In contrast to the measuring handles used in typical LCR bridges (terminal with spring clamps), our connector allows you to take measurements much faster and more conveniently.
The SMD element is inserted into the slot between the contact bars so that the element will wedge between the bars. This operation takes several seconds and does not require as much attention as with classic terminals.

 

The contact elements of the connector are gold-plated, which makes it possible to use the connector for a long time, without worrying about contact deterioration.
However, it should be remembered that the connector must be cleaned from time to time, as the measured elements may leave deposits on the contacts.
In turn, wire coils (typical silver-plated wire) can be measured by inserting the ends of the coil into a pair of openings of both contact bars.
The special design of the openings causes that the coil leads slightly wedge in the holes, which ensures good electrical contact. The pins are also wedged when the diameter of the wire is smaller than the diameter of the hole - eg if the ends of the coil are from 0.5mm wire and they are inserted into the 0.8mm holes, the contact will be correct.
Unfortunately, the above method can not be used to measure a coil of very thick wire (over 1mm) and those with soft leads. In this case, use the alligator clips. Miniature banana sockets (2mm standard) placed in contact bars serve this purpose.

NOTE: some SMD coils have "skids" type contacts, i.e. their electrical contacts are only accessible from the bottom of the element.
Such coils can not be measured by typical wedging in the socket.
The measurement of such elements consists in placing in the space between contact bars, but without wedging.
To ensure contact of the element with the lower contact surfaces, press the measured coil from the top.

 Socket components:

  • main contact bars - for measuring SMD coils

  • auxiliary strips - for measuring coils with the skids type contacts (the element has the contacts only below it)

  • holes of different diameter - for measuring THT coils

  • banana sockets (2mm) for connecting measuring cables - for measuring of wire inductors with diameter of wire greater than 1mm and those with soft leads.

Using the socket for measurement SMD coils

 

There is no need for any additional connectors when measuring typical SMD components. The measurement is convenient and fast. The connector has no movable parts, which facilitates calibration and ensures good repeatability of results.

In the connector you can measure SMD elements in the following cases: 0603, 0805, 1206, 1210. It is worth to note that measurement of components in 0603 housings is the most accurate.

Rezonansowy miernik indukcyjności "nano-H" jest przyrządem pomiarowym zaprojektowanym specjalnie pod kątem pomiaru indukcyjności bardzo małych. Ogólna idea pomiaru opiera się na zmianie częstotliwości rezonansowej przez badany element.

Głównym celem opracowania urządzenia była możliwość pomiaru indukcyjności bardzo małych, w tym poniżej 5 nH. Przyrząd może zmierzyć indukcyjności z błędem bezwzględnym nieprzekraczającym 0.2nH. Pełną dokładność miernik zapewnia po skalibrowaniu przez użytkownika.

Przyrząd posłuży tym użytkownikom, którzy potrzebują pomiaru cewek o małych indukcyjnościach.

Pomiar małych indukcyjności
Pomiar małych indukcyjności
Pomiar małych indukcyjności
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Pomiar małych indukcyjności
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Pomiar cewek SMD i przewlekanych w jednym

nano-H  - a meter for very small inductances 

 nano-H  - a meter for

very small inductances 

Introduction

Technical parameters

Unique measuring socket

Examples of measurements

 

 - You can measure even 1nH

 - Only one measuring socket  - for     both SMD and THT coils

 - Conveniant, quick measurement

 - Small dimensions (230 x 150 x 80mm)

 - Affordable price

 - 24 month warranty

 - You can measure even 1nH

 - Only one measuring socket  - for both SMD and THT coils

 - Conveniant, quick measurement

 - Small dimensions (230 x 150 x 80mm)

 - Affordable price

 - 24 month warranty

 

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Individual order- please contact by email: kontakt@ab-lab.pl.

 

Introduction

Technical

parameters

Examples of measurements

 - You can measure even 1 nH

 - Only one measuring socket  - for both SMD and THT coils

 - Convenient, quick measurement

 - Small dimensions (230 x 150 x 80mm)

 - Affordable price

 - 24 month warranty

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Resonant inductance meter "nano-H" is a measuring instrument designed especially for measuring very small inductances. The general idea of measurement is based on the change of the resonant frequency by the element (coil) being tested.

The main purpose of the device development was the ability to measure very small inductances, including less than 5 nH. The instrument can measure inductances with an absolute error not exceeding 0.2nH. The meter provides full accuracy after calibrating by the user.

The device has been designed for electronics who design or repair high frequency electronic devices.

You can measure

 1 nH !!!

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