Featuring USB and a graphics display, this new instrument represents a major advance in handheld semiconductor analysis. Connect your component any way round to see the detailed component schematic on the LCD as well as pinout and comprehensive measurements. Supports IGBTs, Voltage Regulators, MOSFETs, JFETs (including SiC types), transistors, diodes, LEDs, Triacs (up to 10mA), thyristors (up to 10mA) and lots more. Measures gain, transconductance, pinch-off and more. Includes PC software on a USB Flash Drive to enable detailed component analysis and low current curve tracing functions.
The DCA75 supports all the components that the popular Peak Atlas DCA55 supports, but adds plenty more. Components supported and stand-alone measurements include:
The instrument can be used stand-alone or connected to a PC. Either way, the DCA Pro will automatically identify the component type, identify the pinout and also measure a range of component parameters such as transistor gain, leakage, MOSFET and IGBT threshold voltages, pn characteristics and much more.
When connected to a PC using the supplied USB cable, a range of low current curve-tracing functions can be performed. Various graph types are available, with more to follow:
Curve tracing is performed using test parameters in the range of +/-12V, +/-12mA. All curve-tracing data can be instantly pasted into Excel© for further graphing and analysis. PC Software is included with the DCA Pro on a Peak USB memory stick. Software designed for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10.
A short overview can be reached out here.
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