Keithley (Tektronix) Instruments & Products
Keithley has approximately 500 products that are used to source, measure, connect, control or communicate direct current (DC) or pulsed electrical signals. MCS Test are an authorised distributor for Keithley test and measurement equipment.
Keithley Instruments is a measurement and instrument company headquartered in Solon, Ohio, that develops, manufactures, markets, and sells data acquisition products, as well as complete systems for high-volume production and assembly testing.
A multimeter or a multitester, also known as a VOM (volt-ohm-milliammeter), is an electronic measuring instrument that combines several measurement functions in one unit. A typical multimeter can measure voltage, current, and resistance.View products in Multimeters
Switching & Data Acquisition Systems
Multimeter, data acquisition switch systems offer capacity as high as 576 channels with the precision measurement capability of 6½-digit and 7½-digit digital multimeters (DMMs).View products in Switching & Data Acquisition Systems
sensitive equipment for sourcing and measuring potential and current and measuring capacitance is widely used in a variety of electrochemistry applications, including cyclic voltammetry, amperometry, potentiometry, battery testing, sensors, electrodeposition, and electrical device characterization.View products in Electrochemistry Solutions
DC Electronic Loads
An electronic load is a type of instrument that applies a voltage and sinks current. Also known as a DC programmable load, these AC or DC electronic loads are used by power supply, battery, solar, wind, or other manufacturers who want to thoroughly test their power sources.View products in DC Electronic Loads
Low-Level, Sensitive and Specialty Instruments
Offering scientists and researchers a wide array of industry-standard sensitive tools for characterizing low-level phenomena at the edges of the measurement envelope.View products in Low-Level, Sensitive and Specialty Instruments
A power supply is an electrical device that supplies electric power to an electrical load. The primary function of a power supply is to convert electric current from a source to the correct voltage, current, and frequency to power the load.View products in Power Supplies
Source Measure Units
The Source Measure Unit (SMU) is an instrument that can precisely source voltage or current and simultaneously measure voltage and/or current.View products in Source Measure Units
RF & MW Test Accessories
RF and microwave test accessories simplify test setups and give you the best possible measurement results.View products in RF & MW Test Accessories
The semiconductor parameter analyser is a test instrument that integrates multiple measurement and analysis capabilities to perform the current‐voltage (IV) and capacitance measurement (CV (capacitance‐ voltage), C‐f (capacitance frequency), and C‐t (capacitance-time)) measurements accurately and those analyses quickly and easily in a box for the semiconductor parametric test.View products in Parameter Analysers
Finance Your Keithley Test Equipment
Renting your Keithley equipment from MCS enables you to obtain the equipment you need now, without needing to rely on capital budget, compromise on quality, or spread the acquisition of multiple items over a number of years. We have a number of flexible finance packages available:
Rent to Buy
- Spread payments up to five years
- treat payments as operating expenses
- rental payments count towards purchase
- 0% finance options available
- Up to 60 months
- Available on all equipment
- Low rate for committed term
- Low payments each month
- Available on all equipment
Related Keithley News
High speed digital signals exhibit RF behavior in real-world devices, which creates a need for RF or microwave components when routing these signals in test systems.
Given the explosive growth of the communications industry, a tremendous amount of testing is being performed on the various components that make up different communications systems.
Switching circuits that include reactive elements need special care to avoid problems due to transient effects. The methods used to limit transient effects depend on whether the load is capacitive or inductive.
Switching an ohmmeter to a device under test is common to a variety of applications, including measuring the insulation resistance of materials, continuity testing of cables and connectors, contact resistance measurements, and measuring the resistance of components such as resistors, thermistors, and potentiometers.