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Item # 324019 Title: Bio-Tek 505PRO Electrical Safety Analyzer Manufacturer: Bio-Tek Model: 505PRO Description: Electrical Safety Analyzer Quantity: 1 Item Location: NC Warehouse Item... view more
Item # 326736 Title: Hewlett Packard ESA-E E4407B Spectrum Analyzer Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Model: ESA-E E4407B Description: Spectrum Analyzer Quantity: 1 Item Location: MD Warehouse ... view more
This is appears to be in good condition except for a lens missing on the gauge (will will try and replace it or the complete gauge prior to sale). The cyclinder is warranted to hold pressures to its... view more
This simulator was lost and recovered on its way to its annual scheduled service appointment. By the time it was recovered, it had been replaced. What you see in the pictures is what the buyer... view more
This 2021 pump appears to be in great shape. It has a replacement value of about $13000 USD. It is sold here untested (for now) as it came without the proprietary power cord which is in the... view more
Item # 310503 Title: Dynatech Nevada 232D Safety Analyzer Manufacturer: Dynatech Model: Nevada 232D Description: Safety Analyzer Quantity: 1 Item Location: NC Warehouse Item Condition:... 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.
Manufacturers such as Tektronix, Fluke, and Keysight Technologies produce a wide variety of test equipment and tools. Prices for these products can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars, depending on the type of equipment and the features included.