LTT24 - The solution for specific and individual measurement requirements

The LTT24 Power Analyzer is used in almost all areas where maximum precision is required and fast and/or very fast processes are measured. Our decades of experience also show the individuality of the measuring instrument is important. Therefore, the LTT24 measurement device is designed in such a way that you can individually assemble your measuring instrument, starting with the modular design and variable channel counts up to numerous possibilities of various sensor connections. So you are also optimally equipped for future measuring requirements. The LTT24 precision measuring instrument offers you the best solution  for all specific and individual measurement requirements. The LTT24 measurement device is characterized not only by its high accuracy, but also by its extremely fast data transfer rate. The LTT24 Power Analyzer is also extremely reliable. We owe this multitude of special features to years of development and, of course, close cooperation with our valued customers.

LTT24 - quality assurance

The LTT24 Power Analyzer is ideally suited for maintaining quality assurance and the service life of your products and production facilities.

LTT24 - Awards

These awards are not only confirmation for us, but also incentive and challenge to offer an optimal measuring system for different measuring tasks.

LTT24 - Precision measuring instrument

A very large number of different applications benefit from the exceptional capabilities of the LTT24 precision measuring instrument, such as structure-borne noise measurement, crack detection, power measurement on electric motors, material testing, as a tape drive replacement, recording studio recordings or flexible laboratory applications. Recording analog signals and reproducing them at a later time with high precision is just one of many possibilities of the LTT24 precision measuring instrument. The integrated preamplifiers allow the individual connection of various sensors, e.g. volt, current, strain gauge, ICP®, charge, PT100, etc. The 24 bit converted signals are stored synchronously on an internal SSD with up to 4 MHz per channel. The analog output is via 20 bit DAC with up to 2 MS/s/Ch.

Sensor + Test 2020 - the world leading forum for sensor and measurement industry

Visit us from june 23-25, 2020 at Nuernberg, Germany. You will find us in hall 1 booth 415.

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