The 1670 Series are "deep-memory" logic analyzers and in timing mode can store up to 64k samples at full speed on all channels, and 128k at full speed on half channels. Conventional Timing Analysis: 125 MHz all channels, 250 MHz, half channels. RS-232, GPIB, and Ethernet (BNC and twisted-pair) interfaces are standard. The 1670 Series boots from flash ROM, and contains both hard and floppy disk drives.
The B&K Precision Model 1670A is a general purpose triple output DC power supply. Their main outputs are versatile constant voltage or constant current regulated power source that is variable from 0 to 30 volts and 0 to 3 amps. An indicator lights in the constant current mode, and serves as an overload indicator in the constant voltage mode.
While this model is competitively priced with most single output power supplies, they have the added advantage of fixed 5 volt and 12 volt outputs capable of providing up to 0.5 amps each. One common application for these power supply is powering of circuit boards while troubleshooting. Many circuit boards require two or three input voltages, with the most common values being 5 volts and 12 volts. These power supplies can provide up to three outputs simultaneously. Since each output is fully isolated, any output can be connected for positive or negative polarity.
The main output voltage and current are continuously monitored by two digital LCD meters with resolution of 0.1 volt and 0.01 amp.
The Model 1670A can operate continuously at its maximum rated output and is fully overload protected.