Keysight Technologies Inc. N1921A Wideband Power Sensor - P-series, 50MHz-18GHz

N1921A - Keysight Technologies Inc. Wideband Power Sensor - P-series..

Warranty: 1 Year
Shipping: FOB Destination
Ships in: 6 Weeks
Country of Origin: Singapore
SIN: 334515
Part No:
GSA Schedule: GS-35F-0311R Exp.:02 Feb. 2025

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Keysight Technologies Inc. Wideband Power Sensor - P-series, 50MHz-18GHz

Wide bandwidth plus fast, accurate and repeatable power measurements makes the P-Series power meters and power sensors iddeal for RADAR, pulsed component and satellite comunications testing. Measurement capability includes: peak, average peak-to-average ratio, rise time, fall time, pulse width, time to positive occurence and time to negative occurance; time-gated and free-run measurements. The 30 MHz bandwidth, combined with 100 MS continuous sampling allow the P-Series to specify a 13ns rise/fall time and measure down to 50 ns pulse widths. With GPIB, LAN and USB.
  • Zero and calibrate while connected to the DUT
  • -35 dBm to +20 dBm wide dynamic range for peak power measurements
  • Calibration factors, linearity, temperature and bandwidth correction data stored in EEPROM
  • Precision Type-N connector as standard
  • Sensor cable fixed to sensor. Available cable lengths are 1.5m (5ft), 3m (10ft) and 10m (31ft)

Additional Details

  • Available NEW for official U.S. Government & Authorized Contractor purchase only
  • This is available to Authorized User Groups and Agencies for delivery to CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Commercial and non-US entities are not authorized to purchase from GSA MSA contracts and may not reference GSA prices.
Type: GSA Schedule
Calibration: New
DUNS: #08-643-8152
Tax ID: 94-3310442
CAGE code: 1RPN6
DODAAC: Q90079
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