Atlas DCA55 Semiconductor Tester For Sale
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Atlas DCA55 Semiconductor Tester:
Atlas DCA55 Semiconductor Tester
- Automatic component identification.
- Automatic pinout identification, connect the test leads anyway round.
- Gain measurement for transistors.
- Gate threshold measurement for Enhancement mode MOSFETs.
- Forward voltage drop measurements of diodes, LEDs and transistor base-emitter junctions.
- Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.5 x 2.8 inches ; 2.1 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
- Item model number: dca55
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The Atlas DCA 55 offers unrivalled functionality and style. The analysis
portfolio is bigger than ever, offering enhanced message display and
intelligent component identification. This superb instrument displays
incredibly detailed information in scrollable pages. The Atlas combines an
impressive analysis portfolio with unequalled ease of use. Connect your
component any way round and let the Atlas do the rest. It will measure the
gain of transistors, the threshold voltage of MOSFETs, and semiconductor
voltage drops. It will even identify special component features such as diode
protection on transistors or resistor shunts on Darlingtons. The new
intelligent analysis algorithms makes life much easier when dealing with
unknown components. For example, the Atlas will tell you if it has detected
many different types of diode networks such as series types, common cathode,
common anode and even inverse parallel types. Additionally, the Atlas knows
the difference between normal diodes and LEDs and it will correctly identify
and characterize both LED chips in two terminal and three terminal bicolor
LEDs. The Atlas supports Diode Protected Transistors. It is important to note
however that the transistor itself will only be identified if it's current
gain is larger than 4 for a test current of 2.5mA. If the gain is less than 4
at 2.5mA then the Atlas will only be able to "see" the diode junctions and
will report that the device is a diode network. Bear in mind that transistor
gain can be very low at low test currents particularly if the transistor has
base-emitter shunt resistors.
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