- Large, 5-inch (12.7 cm) multi-touch capacitive touchscreen with graphical display
- 2-year specified, full featured, traceable 6-1/2 digit multimeter with 0.0025% DCV (1 V, 10 V ranges) basic accuracy
- Standard LAN/LXI and USB-TMC communication interfaces
- Optional interfaces include GPIB, RS-232, and TSP-Link® Technology
- 12 different switch, RF, and control modules to connect to as many as 80 DUTs in one test setup
- Up to 80 2-pole channels of thermocouple, RTD, or thermistor temperature measurements
- Scanning speeds as high as 800 channels/second with the solid state relay module
- Front panel jacks for stand-alone DMM operation
- KickStart coding-free instrument control software with a data acquisition and logging application
- Three-year warranty
Data Acquisition and Logging, Multimeter System
The DAQ6510 is a precision data acquisition and logging system that creates a new level of simplicity compared with the often complicated configuration and control found in many stand-alone solutions. A large 5-inch (12.7 cm) multi-touch display will guide users through set-up, data visualization, and analysis, removing the necessity of a PC and custom software for many applications. If you prefer or require a PC, a complement of IVI and Labview drivers and the Keithley KickStart Instrument Control Software are available to help with any application. And Keithley's newest 6-1/2 digit multimeter technology translates to greater accuracy, functionality, and speed. Two-year accuracy specifications are included, so you can be assured your critical measurements remain accurate and fully traceable.
With 12 plug-in switching and control modules available and two module slots, you can build a test system that can measure or control up to 80 devices-under-test (DUTs) in a multiplexing configuration. With two 6x8 matrix modules, a total of 96 crosspoints, the DAQ6510 can test one or multiple ICs. For high volume production testing, select a solid state multiplexer module to maximize throughput with 800 channels/s scanning speed and minimize downtime compared with fixed life, electro-mechanical relays. A number of modules have cold junction compensation, temperature references for thermocouple temperature monitoring of devices during environmental testing, and HALT and HASS accelerated life testing. Even switch signals from wireless devices with RF modules having a maximum switching frequency of 3.5 GHz.
Visualize, Execute, and Debug Your Test Setup in Minutes
Build a test sequence and define the required measurements from one setup screen. First, select the channels that will be used. Next, assign a measurement function to a channel or a group of channels. Then define both the time interval between measurements and scans if multiple scans are required. That is the minimum set of parameters needed to run a test. There are additional optional parameters to adjust the measurements and the switching to meet a specific application. One option eases the identification of channels by allowing the creation of a name for each channel. Do all this from two menus and see — on one screen — how each channel is configured. The touchscreen, graphic display shows the channel setup and the measurement programmed for each channel.
Save Valuable Time with Continuous Monitoring of Scan Test Status
Never lose time with a test in which a problem such as a broken wire, a mis-wired connection, or a defective DUT can invalidate days of data. Use the scan status, swipe screen to continuously monitor channels. The status screen shows the percentage of the test that has been completed, the number of scans that have been completed, measurements on channels selected for monitoring, and whether any measurements are out of range.
Maximize the Range of Tests with an Extensive Array of Plug-In Switch Modules
Build a DAQ6510 test system with a selection of 12 plug-in switch modules with a wide range of functionality. Select from high-density, 40-channel multiplexer modules, a 6x8 matrix module, and multiplexer modules with digital I/O and analog output. Also select a control module and two RF modules with 2 GHz and 3.5 GHz bandwidths. Thus, the DAQ6510 with its 12 switch modules provides an extensive range of flexibility to build a wide range of data acquisition or test systems.
Channels can be configured for any DMM measurement. For example, measure the temperature of devices in an environmental chamber with thermocouples using the plug-in switch modules that have automatic cold reference junction compensation for thermocouple measurements. Measure up to 80 devices with two switch modules. Also measure other parameters in addition to temperature.
Maintain an Automated Test while Interacting with the Instrument
Need to perform a quick check to ensure there are no problems with the measurements that the DAQ6510 is taking? Want to review the trend of the data? The DAQ6510 can be operated from the front panel while a test is in progress. Data can be viewed in a table or displayed on a plot without interrupting an automated scan sequence.
|DAQ6510 Measurement Functions|
Test a Wide Range of Devices and Components with 6-1/2 digit DMM High Performance Measurements
Make your measurements with instrument-grade quality. The DAQ6510 is a fully-featured 6-1/2 digit DMM. The chart below shows all of the DAQ6510's 15 measurement functions and ranges. All these measurement functions can be used with the various plug-in switch modules. Furthermore, a channel can be programmed for enhanced measurement features to address requirements for tighter tolerance or higher speed.
For maximum accuracy, measurements can be filtered and integrated over a range of time intervals. Low resistance readings can be improved with a thermal offset compensation measurement technique. The DAQ6510 excels in low resistance measurement with 1 ?Ω sensitivity.
For maximizing measurement speed, make measurements as short as 0.0005 power line cycles (PLCs) or 8.3 ?s for 60 Hz power lines (10 ?s for 50 Hz power lines). To analyze transient signals, use the DAQ6510's digitizing function to sample a voltage or current waveform at up to 1M sample/s.
Monitor Any Temperature Range and Select Optimal Accuracy Using a Wide Range of Temperature Sensors
The DAQ6510 can process signals from any of eight thermocouple types to test over an extreme range of temperatures, -200°C to 1820°C. For more accurate temperature readings over a more narrow temperature range, the DAQ6510 can measure temperature from -80°C to 150°C with a 2-year accuracy of 0.08°C using 2.5 kΩ, 5 kΩ, and 10 kΩ thermistors. Alternatively, the DAQ6510 can measure temperature between -200°C and 850°C using resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) with 2-wire, 3-wire, and 4-wire configurations. Using a 4-wire RTD, temperature can be measured with with an excellent 2-year accuracy of 0.06°C.
Data Logging Software Simplifies PC Control, Acquisition, and Analysis
KickStart allows you to configure, test, and collect data from multiple instruments, including DMMs, power supplies, SMU instruments, and dataloggers. You can control up to eight instruments at the same time and retrieve millions of readings from each instrument. This makes KickStart a great solution for your datalogging needs and for capturing lots of data from transient events with a digitizing DMM.
Wide Range of PC Interfaces
You can choose the interface that is most suitable for your needs. Two PC interfaces, LAN LXI and USB, on the DAQ6510 are standard. In addition, field-installable interface options include a GPIB interface, an RS-232 interface, and the Keithley TSP-Link interface. All these options include six digital I/O ports for direct instrument-instrument synchronization and communication.
Included with DAQ6510: 1757, pair, general purpose test lead set, 1000 V Cat II, USB-B-1 USB Cable, Type A to Type B, 1 m (3.3 ft) and Traceable Calibration Certificate.