Sign in to yourTeledyne Lecroy account
Wide selection of equipment covering all of your measurement needs
Teledyne LeCroy offers a comprehensive range of electronic test equipment solutions to complement our well known family of oscilloscopes and analyzers. We offer these tools under both the Teledyne LeCroy and Teledyne Test Tools brand names. The Teledyne Test Tools family of products was created in collaboration with leading OEM technology partners and comes with the world class service and support you've come to expect from us.
LCR Meters are measurement instruments used to measure the characteristics of electronic components such as MLCC's, Resistors, Capacitors and other Passive Devices.
Design and troubleshoot electrical systems by measuring voltage, current and resistance with a high degree of accuracy.
Supply electric power to an electric load with a high degree of control, precision, reliability and visibility.
Generate fixed or arbitrarily defined waveforms and signals for use in the development, testing and repair of electronic systems.
Observe dominant frequency, power, distortion, harmonics, bandwidth, and other spectral components of a signal not easily detectable in time domain waveforms.
Test, validate, and troubleshoot performance characteristics of cables, backplanes, connectors, and transmission lines on boards.
Typically used to provide a fully programmable load to test and ensure quality, reliability, and performance of a power source.
Generate signals to characterize the electrical network parameters of components, devices, circuits, and sub-assemblies.
A Data Acquisition Unit (DAQ) is a measurement instrument that can measure real time electrical or physical properties and convert the data collected into a digital format from which further analysis can be undertaken.
A Power Meter is one of the most useful and simple instruments to measure electrical power when no deeper analysis of the measured data is required. It measures the voltage (V) and current (A) and derives from these the most important power results.
Milli ohm meters measure current through wires that are connected to the circuit.