Agilent Technologies has announced that its N6705A DC Power Analyser has been awarded four prestigious industry awards:
* Test & Measurement World's 2008 Best in Test.
* Electronic Products' 2007 Product of the Year.
* Design News' 2007 Golden Mousetrap Award.
* International Engineering Consortium's 2008 Design Vision Award Finalist.
The awards recognise what each of these industry publications and organisations consider to be the most unique and innovative technologies, applications, products and services in the market.
Launched in May 2007, the N6705A is the latest addition to the already award-winning N6700 Modular Power System family. That family was introduced in 2003 and won Test & Measurement World's 2005 Best in Test award and the Design News 2007 Best Products, Power Management and Control award.
The N6705A allows R&D engineers to gain insights into a DUT's power consumption in minutes, without writing a single line of code. A highly integrated instrument, it combines up to four DC power supplies, DMM, oscilloscope, arbitrary waveform generator and data logger. It also provides an easy-to-use interface, with all sourcing and measuring functions available from the front panel.
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