Rohde & Schwarz UPP200/400/800
With this audio analyzer (depending on the model), two, four or eight channels are processed in parallel; and by cascading multiple instruments, users can simultaneously trigger up to 48 measurement channels, which cuts down on measurement time. Designed for system applications, it features low height, and comes without front-panel control elements or integrated display. The instrument can be remote controlled via LAN, USB or IEC/IEEE bus. In combination with an external monitor, mouse and keyboard, it becomes a manually operable measuring instrument for a lab bench. It has an integrated control PC, and the required software is already installed.
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