NF Corporation FRA5097

NF Corporation FRA5097

Frequency Response Analyzer

The NF Corporation FRA5097 is one of our Factory-New Frequency Response Analyzers.

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NF Corporation FRA5097 Features:

  • Frequency: 0.1mH to 15MHz
  • Resolution: 0.1mHz
  • Gain accuracy : ±0.05 dB , Phase accuracy : ±0.3°
  • Dynamic range : 140dB 
  • Basic Setup Key
  • Battery backup
  • GPIB and USB equipped
  • Easy saving and reading by USB memory 
  • File read out software
  • Built-in printer
  • Color TFT LCD
  • From ultra low frequency to high frequency
  • High density measurements of up to 20,000 points at one sweep are possible
  • Logarithmic equal interval setting and auto-magnification in sections where values greatly change are possible


  • Electronic Circuits
  • Electronic Components
  • Electronic Materials
  • Electro-Chemistry
  • Machinery
  • Vibrations

The NF Corporation FRA5097 has an Oscillator output 2-channel and analysis inputs that are isolated from the cabinet by 250Vrms. In this way, the instrument can be protected from damage by an erroneous signal connection. Input range is switched automatically according to the input signal level, so setup of voltage sensitivity is not necessary for the frequency response analyzer.

Bode, Nyquist, Nicols, and Cole-Cole plots can be displayed. Following measurement, interconversion is also available.
Impedance can be accurately measured and displayed. Moreover, open-short correction, maximum and minimum value displays, and screen image storage can be done.

Frequency response analyzers providing consistently high-quality measurements with excellent accuracy and functions are often used for measuring the stability of servo systems, so they are sometimes called "FRA servo analyzers" and for many years have lent powerful support to state-of-the-art technology measurements. The range of applications is broad, covering various fields from electronic circuitry, parts, and materials to electrochemistry, machinery, and vibrations.