The TE-3000 series is the successor to the very successful TE-1000. This new series brings a host of additional features, including the key benefit of expanding its frequency range to 0.03 to 300 MHz, improving accuracy, more than doubling display format options, and adding additional utilities. Among these is a sophisticated time domain reflectometry (TDR) feature and one that gives the TE-3000 a secondary function as a spectrum analyzer. These analyzers have a wide variety of applications in medicine, production monitoring, broadcast antennas, plasma systems, MRI’s, and ultrasonics.
“We are pleased to have this renewed relationship with TrewMac and look forward to many successful years of offering their quality products to our customers in North and South America,” said Brown.
TrewMac spent several years gathering feedback from LBA and other distributors and customers. They ended up with a long wish list of new features that would improve upon the TE-1000. After additional time researching and developing nearly all of the many suggestions and ideas, the result is the new TE-3000 and TE-3001. This highly portable, battery-powered lab quality instrument is equal to units costing much more than its modest price of
“LBA has always been one of our biggest selling distributors and we’d like to gear that up further, so it’s been great to come and have a chat about where we want to head and where we want to take it,” said Trewartha.
LBA is proud to offer the TE-3000 series of impedance analyzers and vector network analysers with the many new features and the numerous problem solving capabilities these units bring to the engineering toolbox. For more information on the TE-3000, TE-3001 and the other test equipment products offered by LBA Technology, contact
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