Advanced Test Equipment Press Release - July 21, 2009
Advanced Test Equipment Rental Announces the
CA - July 21, 2009 -- Advanced Test Equipment Rentals is proud to announce new product availability of
the Amplifier Research (AR) RF/Microwave Instrumentation Model FM7004 is a multipurpose broadband electric and
magnetic field monitoring system capable of performing all measurement display and control functions for field
related testing. It includes four digital interfaces (IEEE-488, USB, RS-232 and Ethernet), whose readings are
displayed on its user-friendly graphic LCD screen.
Amplifier Research FM7004 Field Monitor
only can the quick and accurate AR FM7004 display up to four probe readings simultaneously, but it is compatible
with any combination of the “E” or “H” field 7000 series probes. When paired with one of these probes it
automatically displays the proper decimal places and units, to enhance user confidence and is programmed to be
self correcting if needed.
The isotropic field probes, have an essential optical transceiver which
communicates with the field monitor through a twin fiber optic cable. The operator can select minimum, maximum or
average reading from any or all selected probes, which allows for complete flexibility in choice of signal input.
Peak hold capability has also been incorporated with local or remote controlled start and stop.
About Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Advanced Test Equipment is a rental solutions
provider of test equipment for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Communications, Aerospace and related
industries. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Advanced Test Equipment has over 28 years of experience and
services clients worldwide. Additional information about Advanced Test Equipment is available at http://www.atecorp.com.
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Date posted - 7/22/2009
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