Cypher Instruments introduces the C60 impedance and frequency response analyser, a USB powered peripheral capable of measuring 10Hz to 4MHz
Cypher Instruments has developed the C60, a low cost, portable scientific test and measurement device.
This unit measures the amplitude, phase and impedance responses of electronic, electro-acoustic and other systems.
The test results are displayed using a powerful graphing program.
The C60 investigates the opaque world of analogue networks.
The unit operates in two test modes.
It can measure the frequency response of a two port system producing a gain/loss and phase graph.
It can also measure the reactive response of a two terminal network producing an impedance/admittance and phase graph.
Electronic, electrical, electro-acoustic and other networks can be tested with sine wave excitation and the results displayed on a PC.
The C60 is USB powered; it needs no batteries or external power supplies, making it portable.
The unit has a USB-B connector at the rear, an input and output BNC and a USB Link activity led.
All the functionality of the device is controlled by the PC.
C60 - Features and Applications.
Measure amplitude, impedance and phase responses from 10Hz to 4MHz.
Frequency axis displayed logarithmically or linearly.
Amplitude measured as gain or loss displayed in dBs.
Phase display ranges of 0 to 180deg or +/- 180deg.
Display impedance in Ohms or admittance in Siemens.
Professional graphs with ten plots per graph.
Interactive powerful graphing program.
Save graphs as data files and jpg, bmp and meta files.
Copy and paste plots from one graph to another.
Easy to use PC interface.
Small, light weight, portable, USB powered device.
Measure the frequency response (amplitude and phase) of electronic, electrical, electro-acoustic and other networks.
Impedance measurement of two terminal networks (including phase).
Design and production testing of electro acoustic transducers.
Bio-chemical impedance measurements.
Filter design and testing.
Battery impedance testing.
Cross talk and CMRR measurements.
Measure the characteristic impedance of cables.
Estimation of system time delays and latency.
Ideal for research, design, industry, education.