Electrical impedance analyzers enable the measurement and monitoring of the opposition to current in AC, or alternating current, systems. Impedance refers to how the chemical or physical properties interact with voltages and currents, or how well a component passes current. Use an impedance analyzer to test equipment such as capacitors, inductors, and resistors. The impedance analyzer performs component evaluations to analyze audio frequency of the equipment. Analyzers take measurements in ohms – the ratio of voltage to current.
From hospitals to auto garages, people use impedance analyzers for industrial analysis, technology production, and research. Test radio transmissions, find faults, measure cables, and use high-resolution analyzers for numerous biomedical, energy, and high technology fields.
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