Bode 100 - Network Analysis down to 1 Hertz
OMICRON Lab, May 2008 – From now on, the users of the portable network analyzer Bode 100 have access to an extended frequency range. With the release of the latest operation software, OMICRON Lab managed to reduce the lower frequency border to 1 Hz. Therefore, the Bode 100 offers now a more than seven decades spanning measurement range from 1 Hz – 40 MHz for Gain/Phase and impedance measurements.
Due to the extended frequency range, the Bode 100 is not only suitable for classical network analysis tasks it is also a perfect fit for the analysis of control circuits (e.g. DC/DC Converters), audio and ultrasound measurements as well as the measurement of piezoelectric sensors and transducers. The intelligent system design consisting of a small portable Hardware unit in combination with powerful PC software enables a very flexible use of Bode 100.
With the operation software Bode Analyzer Suite V2.2, OMICRON Lab consequently continues its strategy of delivering innovative and customer-oriented software solutions. In addition to the straight forward and intuitive operable graphical user interface, the Bode 100 offers an OLE compatible automation interface. This interface enables the easy integration of the Bode 100 into automated measurement setups, for example, manufacturing or quality control applications.
With the Bode 100, OMICRON Lab offers an outstanding network analyzer for universal applications at an outstanding price performance ratio. Hence, it is only logical that only two years after its market introduction the Bode 100 is already used in 25 countries on four continents by renowned research institutes and companies from various industries.
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