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Help on 8009 test fixture for electrometer 6517B

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Help on 8009 test fixture for electrometer 6517B

Post by aravinth.iitm » April 4th, 2013, 12:32 am

Hi,

Am planning to use the test fixture 8009 (used along with 6517B-resistivity meter) for AC impedance (z) measurement with the help of LCR meter, Here i might apply a voltage of 10 volts with a frequency sweep from 50 Hz to 12 MHz.

My query here is, even though the 8009 is insulated to work with 1000 V DC supply, will it work well for a 10 V AC input with few MHz frequency? because it may be designed to work only with DC..!

With Regards,
Aravinth S
IITM, India

Jane S
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Re: Help on 8009 test fixture for electrometer 6517B

Post by Jane S » April 16th, 2013, 7:16 pm

Hello,
You are correct. The design of 8009 test fixture is different than an AC or two port type of measurement. The interconnect/cabling are totally different between CV and IV application. I am not sure why you wanted to use the 8009. Why not use a probe?

With our 4200-SCS parameter analyzer, you will find multiple application notes regarding this subject between testing IV, CV and Pulsed-IV. You will also see some examples on how to handle connection between AC & DC.

http://www.keithley.com/products/semico ... ge/4200scs

I hope this helps.

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