Protek A333
Network Analyzer

  • Interface: LAN, RS232, USB
  • OS: Win

3.2GHz Network Analyzer

Protek A333 has been designed to ensure and evaluate successful development, testing and manufacturing of various electronic devices in telecommunication, medical, automotive and RF component industries. The A333 provides accurate and fast measurement, user friendly remote control interface.

- Frequency Range: 300kHz - 3.2GHz
- Measurement Range: 55 to +10dbm
- LCD: 10.4 Inch TFT Colour Touch Screen
- Interface: RS-232/USB(2)/LAN/Printer/Video/Keyboard/Mouse
- Size(WxHxD): 426x266x300 (mm)

What's included

  • Main unit
  • Graphical user interface
  • Software CD
  • Power Cord
  • Manual

Protek A333
Network Analyzer

  • Interface: LAN, RS232, USB
  • OS: Win

art : A333
€ 21 100
excl VAT

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Specifications

Frequency Range0.3 to 3200MHz
Impedance50Ù (75Ù)
Test Port ConnectorsN-type Female
Number of Test Ports2
Frequency Accuracy±5 ppm
Frequency Resolution1mHz
Number of Test Points User-Selectable2 to 10001
IF bandwidth settings1/1.5/2/3/5/7/10 step1Hz to 30kHz
Dynamic Range IF Bandwidth 10Hz2 to 3200MHz > 125dBTyp. 130dB

Product information

Internal hard disk driveStore and recall instrument states, calibration data, and trace data on internal hard drive. Trace data can be saved in CSV (comma separated value) format. Instrument states include all control settings, limit lines, segment sweep tables, and memory trace data.
USBInstrument states, calibration data, and trace data can be stored on an external USB drive.
Screen hardcopyPrintouts of instrument data are directly produced on a printer. The analyzer provides USB and parallel interfaces.
Familiar graphic user interfaceProtek A333 provides graphic user interface based on Windows. There are three ways to operate A333 manually: a hard-key interface, a touch screen interface, mouse interface.
Limit linesDefining the test limit lines that appear on the display for pass/fail testing. Defined limits may be of any combination of horizontal/sloping lines and discrete data points.

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