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Tektronix AM503 Amplifier

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The Tektronix AM503 is available to buy refurbished used or rent, usually from our UK stock.


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Tektronix AM503 Amplifier Description:

The AM 503 Current Measurement system family is the most sophisticated current measurement solution available. The split core probes incorporate both a transformer for AC and a Hall Effect Device for DC measurements to provide broadband current measurements from DC to 50 MHz. The AM5030 Programmable Current Probe Amplifier automates time consuming manual measurements via a GPIB command set. The industry standard AM 503S Current Probe System provides a complete current measurement system in a single package.

We offer the refurbished used Tektronix AM503 Amplifier for sale and rental.

The Tektronix AM503 is fully tested and refurbished in our in-house ISO9001 calibration laboratory. We supply manuals, accessories, full warranty and a free-of-charge Certificate of Conformity. We can also provide the Tektronix AM503 with a fresh calibration for a small additional charge.

If you have under-utilised test equipment talk to us about trading-in or part-exchanging it towards the Tektronix AM503 or other refurbished test equipment.

Last Updated: 14-Dec-2018