RS Pro Test and Measurement instruments

RS Components expands its RS Pro range of instruments

  • RS Components (RS), the brand name of Electrocomponents, a global distributor of industrial components and equipments, completes its RS Pro range of products with more than 100 new test and measurement instruments.
  • These instruments include oscilloscope probes, thermal imaging cameras and a portable digital multimeter.

# The RS Pro range of oscilloscope probes are compatible with all major manufacturers’ oscilloscopes. This range includes passive and active probes with a bandwidth from 15 MHz to 1.2 GHz. They can be used for a wide variety of traditional electronic test and measurement applications in R&D, laboratory, design and repair services.
# The two new RS Pro thermal imaging cameras have been designed for easy use by technicians and engineers thanks to the ergonomics of their HMI. They are robust enough to be used in demanding environments. These infrared cameras feature a 2.8-inch screen, up to four hours of battery life, a Micro SD memory card port and Wi-Fi connection. The RS700 model covers a temperature measuring range from -20 to +150 °C and has a resolution of 80 x 80 pixels. The RS730 performs temperature measurements over a range from 0°C to +350°C and has a resolution of 120 x 160 pixels.
# The RS Pro MeterScope HS608  multimeter is suitable for electrical measurements in the power, transformation and utilities sectors, as well as a variety of maintenance applications. This True RMS digital multimeter features waveform display functions such as an oscilloscope on its 3.5-inch colour display (TFT 320 x 240 to 50,000 points). It has a 20 MHz bandwidth and samples signals at up to 50 MS/s. This instrument integrates a data logger and trend curves. Data can be wirelessly transferred by Bluetooth for analysis. It complies with the electrical safety standards EN61010-1 CAT IV 600 V and CAT III 1000 V. This portable multimeter can measure AC and DC currents up to 10 A, and AC and DC voltages up to 1000 V on a frequency band of 100 kHz.