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Keithley Model 2450 SourceMeter® SMU Insrument

Keithley Model 2450 SourceMeter® SMU Instrument

Keithley Model 2450 SourceMeter® SMU Instrument is the first benchtop Source Measure Unit (SMU) instrument with a capacitive touchscreen user interface. 2450 is an all-in-one instrument that can be used as a power supply, current source, DMM, electronic load, and trigger controller. The versatility of this new device makes it suitable for typical electronic applications as well as testing for nanotechnology, organic and printed electronics, electro-chemistry, and biotechnology.

  • Capabilities of I-V systems, curve tracers, and semiconductor analyzers at a fraction of their cost
  • Five-inch, high resolution capacitive touchscreen graphical user interface (GUI)
  • 0.012% basic measure accuracy with 6½-digit resolution
  • Enhanced sensitivity with new 20mV and 10nA source/measure ranges
  • Source and sink (4-quadrant) operation
  • Four Quickset modes for fast setup and measurements
  • Built-in, context-sensitive front panel help
  • Front panel input banana jacks; rear panel input triaxial connections
  • Model 2450 SCPI and TSP® scripting programming modes
  • Model 2400 SCPI-compatible programming mode
  • Front panel USB memory port for data/programming/configuration I/O

  • Nanomaterials and devices: Graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanowires, low-power nanostructures
  • Semiconductor structures: wafers, thin films
  • Organic materials and devices: E-inks, printable electronics
  • Energy efficiency and lighting: LEDs/AMOLEDs, photovoltaic/solar cells, solar cells
  • Discrete and passive components: Two-leaded (resistors, diodes, zener diodes, LEDs, disk drive heards, sensors) and three-leaded (small signal bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), field effect transistors (FETs), and more
  • Material characterization: resistivity, hall effect
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