Item # 329814, 329811 Title: Fluke Biomedical MedTester 5000C Automated Electrical Safety Analyzer Manufacturer: Fluke Biomedical Model: MedTester 5000C Description: Automated Electrical Safety... view more
This US made pump appears to have seen very little use. It comes with its original packaging (no manual) with a good battery and original, undamaged charger. The pump appears to be fully functional... view more
This Reusable Temperature Sensor Adapter Cable allows temperature probes to be connected with CCT... view more
This US made Surge Trap appears in good used condition. It has a replacement value in excess of $800 USD According to the manufacturer: The Surge-Trap provides a patented, thermally protected... view more
Blockland DTU6 Electrosurgical Unit pinhole tester 515BLOK0001 The sale of this item may be subject to regulation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory... view more
Good cosmetic condition, some signs of use such as scratches/marks as shown. Please view photos for more details on condition, sold as is. The sale of this item may be subject to regulation by... view more
This kit appears complete, undamaged and functional. It includes the power supply and PD-21 general purpose circular geometry photodiode laser measurement sensor with stand. The extent of testing is... view more
This Canadian made battery conditionaer/analyzer appears to be in very good condition without functional or apparent physical issues. It powers up quickly, the display is bright and clear and the... view more
Test equipment and tools are essential for any business or organization that needs to measure, monitor, or analyze the performance of their products or services. Test equipment can range from simple tools such as multimeters and oscilloscopes, to more complex pieces of equipment such as signal generators and spectrum analyzers. The type of test equipment and tools used will depend on the specific application and the budget available.
There are many different types of test equipment and tools available, and the price range can vary greatly. Some of the most common types of test equipment include oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers, and digital multimeters. Oscilloscopes are used to measure and analyze electrical signals, while signal generators are used to generate signals for testing. Spectrum analyzers are used to measure the frequency of signals, while logic analyzers are used to analyze the behavior of digital circuits. Digital multimeters are used to measure voltage, current, and resistance.
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