5610B (0.5Hz to 200kHz, 100nV Full-scale Two-phase Lock-in Amplifier with Auto Setting Function and Built-in Oscillator)

Brand: NF
Model Series: 5610B Series

About Product

Lock-in Amplifier is used for detecting and measuring AC signal’s amplitude or phase buried in noise as high sensitive AC Voltmeter with noise immunity. For the DSP lock-in amplifier, NF has taken full advantage of the sophisticated computation capacities of digital signal processors while significantly improving the speed for setting and response during measurement, the stability of output and the compatibility of data with computers and at the same time as pursuing operability and lower cost. NF has full confidence in its experience and know-how in lock-in amplifiers. The NF 5610B Two-phase Lock-in Amplifier is thus designed and used by many customers like in the fields of physics and science.

Product Features

  • Frequency range: 5Hz to 200kHz
  • High dynamic reserve: Max 110dB
  • Filter type: LPF, HPF, BPF
  • Time constant: 1ms to 30s, 6dB/Oct or 12dB/Oct
  • Internal oscillator: 5Hz to 120kHz
  • Versatile interfaces: GPIB and RS232 are provided as standard

Product Functions

  • Automatic tuning is available
  • Measurement display
    • DATA1: One of either A, A(dB), A% X(Acosφ), X(dB), X(%)
    • DATA2: One of either φ or Y (Asin φ)
    • DATA3: One of either ratio or reference frequency, EXT DC
  • Monitoring meter: Acosφ and Asinφ
  • Averaging functions: Linear or exponential averaging mode

Product Application

  • Detecting and measuring AC signal’s amplitude or phase buried in noise

Standard Accessories

  1. GPIB Interface
  2. RS232 Interface
  3. Operation Manual
  4. Power Cable

Product Options

  • None

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Over the years, we have been fully engaged in the sales and marketing of electronic T&M instruments in the territory. Our market sector coverage includes telecommunication, power, data communication, audio, broadcasting and education.