Rohde & Schwarz enters power source market: Page 2 of 2

February 16, 2021 //By Nick Flaherty
Rohde & Schwarz enters power source market
The first power source measurement units (SMUs) from Rohde & Schwarz target the semiconductor and wireless battery charging markets
analysis of any battery-powered device, including mobile phones, tablets, and the full range of IoT equipment. Design engineers can use it to simulate real-world battery characteristics. Once the battery model characteristics are defined, they can be re-used whenever required. With its 8 A maximum current, the instrument even supports fast-charge applications.

In addition to the dedicated power source measurement features, the NGU series also includes features common to all specialty power supplies from Rohde & Schwarz. The data acquisition rate of 500 ksample per second offered by the FastLog functionality captures voltage and current levels every 2 μs so that even the shortest intermittent glitches are detected. With the optional built-in digital voltmeter, users can check voltages at any point in the device under test as well as the input voltage.

The NGU201 and NGU401 source measure units are part of the R&S Essentials portfolio, and are now available from Rohde & Schwarz and selected distribution partners.

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