LCR Meter

Your LCR Meter Source

IET Labs manufactures a complete line of LCR meters, capacitance meters, impedance meters and inductance meters…from the laboratory grade 1693 Digibridge, to the 2 MHz 7600+ Precision LCR meter, to the full featured and economical DE-5000 Handheld LCR meter. LCR Meter

An LCR meter measures inductance (L), capacitance (C), and resistance (R). Relevant features to look for in a LCR meter, capacitance meter or impedance meter are: accuracy, test frequency, measured parameters, test voltage and test current. Data collection and Automation is made easy with a wide variety of interfaces such as; USB, USB Host Port, RS-232 and GPIB interfaces, which are available on all of IET's LCR meters. Component and sensor testing often requires much more than simply a resistance, capacitance or inductance value at a given test frequency and stimulus voltage. An LCR meter must have the flexibility to measure multiple impedance parameters over a wide range of frequencies and voltages.
Let us know what you are trying to measure with an LCR Meter and we will find you a solution.

  • Browse the LCR Meter Informational Guide
  • See an overview of IET's complete line of LCR Meters at the LCR Meter Quick Selection Guide
  • LCR Primer and Additional LCR Meter Technical Information
  • All of IET's Digibridge RLC Meters and Precision LCR Meters are manufactured with pride in the USA.
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    1. 1689-9700 Precision Impedance Meter

      GenRad 1689 Precision Impedance Meter

      • The world's standard for AC Resistance, Low Frequency Inductance and Capacitance measurement
      • 0.02% Measurement Accuracy and +/- 0.0001 Df
      • Programmable Frequency 12 Hz - 100 kHz
      • Widely accepted impedance meter in a metrology environment
      • 1689 has a built-in 4 terminal kelvin fixture for testing axial and radial components
      • 1689M has four BNC connectors for use with a wide variety of standard accessories

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