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B&K Precision 5492B

5 1/2 Digit Bench Digital Multimeter

The B&K Precision model 5492B is a versatile 5½-digit, 120,000-count bench multimeter suitable for applications in education, service repair, and manufacturing. The instrument enhances your productivity with built-in math functions and USB connectivity. Rel, Max/Min, dBm, dB, %, and Hold functions provide educators with a convenient tool to teach basic math concepts. Additionally, the 5492B offers powerful features not commonly found in other 5½- digit DMMs such as advanced triggering, buffer storage operation, and a GPIB interface option.

The 5492B measures volts and amps with great accuracy and stability, with basic VDC accuracy of 0.01%. The meter is also capable of measuring frequency, period, resistance, continuity, and performing diode tests. Readings can be taken at a maximum rate of 57 readings/sec and stored to an internal 512-byte buffer for post acquisition statistical analysis.

The 5492B was designed for cost-conscious users requiring an accurate meter with a broad range of features offered at a value price.

  • 5½-digit, 120,000-count display resolution

  • 0.01% basic VDC accuracy

  • Advanced triggering options such as external, bus and event trigger

  • Two and four-wire resistance measurement up to 120 MΩ

  • AC voltage and AC current measurement over wide frequency range (ACV 100 kHz/ACI 10 kHz)

  • AC (RMS) and DC current measurements up to 12 A

  • Limit mode for Pass/Fail testing

  • Save/recall up to 10 instrument settings

  • Built-in math functions: Rel, Max/Min, dBm, dB, %, Hold, Compare

  • CATI (1000 V)/CATII (300 V) protection

  • USB (Virtual Com) and RS232 interface

  • SCPI compatible

  • For GPIB interface order 5492BGPIB

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