- Dual-channel System SourceMeter SMU Instrument (200 V, 10 A Pulse)
- Voltage Source range from 200 mV to 200 V
- Tightly-integrated, 4-quadrant voltage/current source and measure instruments offer best in class performance with 6-1/2 digit resolution
- Built-in, Java-based test software enables true plug & play I/V characterization and test through any browser
- TSP (Test Script Processing) technology embeds complete test programs inside the instrument for best-in-class system-level throughput
- TSP-Link expansion technology for multi-channel parallel test without a mainframe
- Software emulation for Keithley's Model 2400 SourceMeter SMU Instrument
- USB 2.0, LXI-C, GPIB, RS-232, and digital I/O interfaces
- Free software drivers and development/debug tools
- Optional ACS-Basic semiconductor component characterization software
The Flexibility of Separate Instruments with the Speed of Mainframe-Based Systems
The Series 2600B SMUs are the industry's leading current/voltage source and measure solutions, and are built from Keithley's 3rd generation SMU technology. The Series 2600B offers single- and dual-channel models that combine the capabilities of a Precision Power Supply, true Current Source, 6-1/2 digit DMM, Arbitrary Waveform Generator, Pulse Generator, and Electronic Load — all into one tightly integrated instrument. The result is a powerful solution that significantly boosts productivity in applications ranging from bench-top I/V characterization through highly-automated production test.
High Speed, Multi-Channel I-V Characterization & Test Tools
For bench-top use, Series 2600B instruments feature built-in, Java-based software that enables plug & play I/V testing through any browser, on any computer, from anywhere in the world. For automated system applications, the Series 2600B's Test Script Processor (TSP) runs complete test programs from inside the instrument for industry-best throughput. In larger, multi-channel applications, Keithley's TSP-Link technology works together with TSP to enable high-speed, SMU-per-pin parallel testing. Because Series 2600B SourceMeter SMU Instruments have fully-isolated channels that do not require a mainframe, they can be easily re-configured and redeployed as your test applications evolve.
Java-based Plug & Play I/V Test Software
The Series 2600B are the only SMU instruments to feature built-in, Java-based test software that enables true plug & play I/V characterization through any browser, on any computer, from anywhere in the world. This unique capability boosts productivity across a wide range of applications such as R&D, education, QA/FA, and more. Simply connect the SMU to the Internet via the supplied LAN cable, open a browser, type in the 2600B's I.P. address, and begin testing. Resulting data can be downloaded to a spreadsheet such as Excel for further analysis and formatting, or for inclusion in other documents or presentations.
|ACS Basic supports a wide range of controllers and test fixtures.|
Applications include I-V functional test and characterization of a wide range of devices, including:
- Simple ICs Optos, drivers, switches, sensors, converters, regulators
- Discrete and passive components
- Integrated devices small scale integrated (SSI) and large scale integrated (LSI)
- Optoelectronic devices (LEDs, HBLEDs, VCSELs)
- Wafer level reliability
- Solar Cells and batteries
- Contact check: verification that there is a good, low-resistance connection in the sense lines connecting to the DUT. This is important in production when test fixtures for components are switched in and out of a test system many times each day. Contact check verifies that no wires have broken loose from the test fixture.
- TSP-Link connector: The Test Script Processor link allows one master SourceMeter to control other SourceMeters via a direct link. This reduces computer bus commands and communication time which speeds up production testing because the master SourceMeter Test Script Program controls the test, in essence, acting like the PC.
- Digital I/O: The digital I/O lines provide direct fast hardware triggering between instruments again eliminating communication with the PC.