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Learn When an Analyzer Makes More Sense Than a Meter
Meters and analyzers may appear remarkably similar at first, starting with the measurement of an electrical parameter such as voltage, current, or power. Both types of units work with probes, sensors, or test fixtures to determine the value of an electrical parameter for a device under test (DUT). The meter usually gives a quick measurement, often a "one-button test," while the analyzer may require more programming and setup time. But the time invested up front can lead to more details about the test results, such as not just an AC or DC voltage but how it varies with time, temperature, frequency, and change of load. When such additional information about a measured electrical parameter is needed, the tendency is to reach for an analyzer rather than a meter.
The requirements of a test application will usually determine whether a meter can provide optimum test results or if the greater capabilities of an analyzer are needed. Learn more by reading the full blog post on Axiom's Website: https://www.axiomtest.com/
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