Measurement Equipment

Manufacturer: Keithley / Origin: China

Get a high-performance instrument without a huge investment. This touchscreen bench 6.5 digit multimeter provides more measurement capability, including transient capture, data visualization, and analysis, than many industry 6.5 digit multimeters at the same price point.


Model: DMM6500
5-inch (12.7 cm) touchscreen displays
DCV: 100 mV – 1000V / 0.0015% ( 24H )
ACV: 100 mV – 750V / 0.06% (1 years, 20kHz)
DCA: 10 μA – 10A / 10 pA – 10 μA
ACA : 100 µA – 10 A / 100 pA – 10 µA /
Resistance: 1Ω – 100MΩ
Capacitor:1 nF – 100 F / 0.1 pF – 10 nF
Frequency: 3Hz-300kHz
Diodes: 10V / 10μV / 0.0045 + 60.0 µV
Power supply: 100 V, 120 V, 220 V, and 240 V (±10%)
Touchscreen: 12.7 cm (5 in.) capacitive touch, color TFT WVGA (800 × 480) with LED backlight
Dimensions: 224.0 mm (8.82 in.) × 107.2 mm (4.22 in) × 387.4 mm (15.25 in.)
Weight: 4.54kg

A bench digital multimeter (DMM) is a type of electronic test equipment that is used to measure various electrical parameters such as voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, and frequency. It is designed to be used on a workbench or table, rather than as a handheld device.

Bench DMMs typically feature a large, high-resolution display that can show multiple measurements simultaneously, as well as a range of measurement functions and ranges that allow for a wide variety of testing scenarios. They may also include advanced features such as data logging, mathematical functions, and programmable measurement sequences.

Bench DMMs may have a variety of input connections, such as banana jacks, screw terminals, or BNC connectors, allowing for a range of different probes and cables to be used. They may also include built-in calibration and self-test functions to ensure accuracy and reliability.

Other common features found in bench DMMs include auto-ranging, which automatically selects the appropriate measurement range based on the input signal, and auto-zero, which removes any residual voltage or current that may be present in the circuit under test.

Overall, bench DMMs are essential tools for engineers, researchers, and technicians who need to measure and analyze electrical signals in a laboratory or workshop setting. They provide high accuracy and flexibility, making them ideal for a wide range of applications in electronics, telecommunications, and other industries.