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  • 2380-500-15 protectionMod_5in

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    Keithley 2380 series

    Compact standalone DC Electronic Loads with excellent performance at an affordable price

    Series 2380 programmable DC Electronic Loads are single output, standalone loads with 200W, 250W and 750W models. Multiple operation modes with up to 25 kHz of dynamic cycling, superior voltage/current resolution and readback accuracy together with multiple interface choices make the Series 2380 ideal for testing a power source in your bench.

  • 2260B_80-27 FRNTview_5inHR

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    Keithley 2260 series

    Source voltages up to 800V and currents up to 108A

    Source a wide range of voltages and currents with the 360W, 720W, or 1080W Series 2260B Programmable DC Power Supplies. The 360W versions can output current of 36A, 13.5A, 4.5A, or 1.44A; the 720W models can output 72A, 27A, 9A, or 2.88A; and the 1080W instruments can output 108A, 40.5A, 13.5A or 4.32A. This wide range of output voltages and current, combined with multiple interface choices, makes the Series 2260B ideal for use in a wide range of applications, including research and design, quality control, and production test.

  • 2231A-30-3_frontOL_5inHR

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    Keithley 2231

    Multiple outputs to power multiple circuits or devices

    Series 2220 and 2230 Multi-Channel Programmable DC Power Supplies are ideal for testing a wide range of devices, circuit boards, modules, and products that require multiple power sources cost-effectively. Series 2200 supplies provide two channels, each capable of outputting up to 30V and up to 1.5A. Series 2230 supplies include two 30V/1.5A channels plus a 6V channel with up to 5A output for powering digital circuits. The Model 2231A-30-3’s two channels can supply up to 30V at 3A each; the third channel can provide up to 5V at 3A.

  • 2280S-60-3_PWS_wideview_5in

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    Keithley 2280 series

    Clean power paired with precision measurements

    Series 2280S supplies deliver up to 192W of low output noise power and superior load current measurement sensitivity. Built-in plotting functions allow monitoring trends such as drift. These supplies offer up to 6½-digit resolution for characterizing small changes in load currents with confidence. Four load current measurement ranges support measuring a device’s full load current, standby mode current, and small sleep mode currents with DMM-quality accuracy.

  • 2281S_FrontOL_MenuBatTest_5in

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    Keithley 2281S battery simulator

    2281S-20-6 Dynamic Model Battery Simulator

    The 2281S-20-6 Dynamic Battery Simulator uses a model to emulate the response of a battery over its discharge cycle. Since the model can be based on the average current of the product that the battery will power, you can estimate battery life and analyze product performance over the life of the battery.


    Estimate the battery life of your product


    Power your product with the 2281S-20-6 using a model to determine how long the product operates.


    • 101-point model contains open circuit voltage and internal resistance as a function of state of charge
    • Create a model based on the average current that the product draws

    Quick, repeatable testing under any state of battery discharge


    Program the battery simulator for any state of charge, such as near the completely discharged state, to determine how a product performs under a low battery condition and to determine the low battery shut-off voltage.


    • Program battery open circuit voltage (Voc) and all other model parameters adjust to the open circuit voltage setting
    • Alternatively program the state of charge (SOC) and all model parameters adapt to the SOC setting


    Unique GUI continuously displays the state of the battery


    See key parameters of battery models, including open circuit voltage, internal resistance, remaining capacity, and state of charge.


    • View open circuit voltage, measured terminal voltage, and load current on the right battery icon
    • View state of charge, amp-hour remaining capacity, and internal resistance on the left battery icon
  • 2636B__SMU_3.5in

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    Keithley 2636B

    Series 2600B SourceMeter SMU Instruments

    Keithley’s Series 2600B System SMU instruments are the industry standard current-voltage source and measure solution for highly automated production test applications. Both dual- and single-channel models tightly integrate a precision power supply, true current source, DMM, and electronic load with pulse generating capabilities. Plus, TSP® technology runs complete test programs for automated system applications, and TSP-Link® technology enables daisy-chaining up to 64 channels for high volume parallel test.

  • 2450_Straighton_5inLR

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    Keithley 2400

    Keithley 2400 SourceMeter SMU Instruments

    Keithley 2400 Series SMU instruments offer four-quadrant precision voltage and current source/load coupled with measurement now on a touchscreen user interface. These instruments can simultaneously source and measure current from 10 fA to 10 A pulse and/or voltage from 100nV to 200V, for 1000W pulse and 100W DC total power.

  • 4200

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    Keithley 4200A

    Keithley 4200A-SCS Parameter Analyzer

    Accelerate research, reliability and failure analysis studies of semiconductor devices, materials and process development with the 4200A-SCS. The highest performance parameter analyzer, it delivers synchronizing current-voltage (I-V), capacitance-voltage (C-V) and ultra-fast pulsed I-V measurements.

  • 2100_13in

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    Keithley 2100

    The 2100 Series USB Multimeter combines high measurement basic accuracy (0.0038% ) with 6½-digit resolution and a price often associated with 5½ -Digit DMMs.  This DMM features 11 measurement functions and 8 math functions to accommodate the most commonly-measured parameters. All accessories, such as USB cable, probes, and software, are included with this broad purpose DMM. With its unique combination of high precision and low total cost of ownership, the 2100 Series is an unbeatable value for R&D engineers, test engineers, scientists, and students making basic precision measurements, whether it’s used as a benchtop DMM or in a system application.