Agilent Technologies recently announced that its U2700A series USB modular instruments family has won Design News’ 2009 Golden Mousetrap Award for best products.
Design News has recognised engineering innovation and creativity in product design for more than two decades. This year, Golden Mousetrap Awards were given in four major categories: Electronics, Motion Control/Automation, Hardware/Software, Materials/Fastening/Joining/Assembly and 20 subcategories.
Design News editors selected the 23 winners using their expertise in each technology area to determine the ‘best of’ – Agilent was one of two winners in the Test & Measurement sub-category for Electronics in this year’s competition.
The compact U2700A family includes oscilloscopes, a function generator, a digital multimeter, a source measure unit and a switch matrix. Launched over the past year as part of a suite of value instruments, the U2700A series boasts portability, flexibility with standalone or modular capability, and ease of use.
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