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This Agilent 4263B and Agilent 16048A are in impeccable condition. It has been NIST calibrated by an independent lab on 7/13/2013. It includes documentation on CD and hard copies as well. Everything you see in the photos will be included.

Overview 

HP 4263B LCR Meter is a general purpose LCR Meter designed for both component evaluation on the production line and fundamental impedance testing for bech-top aplications.

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InfiniiMax single-ended browser probe head.  For use with Agilent 1130A, 1131A, 1132A, 1134A InfiniiMax High-Performance Active Probe System.

Works perfectly. What you see in the photo is what you get. Additional tips available at added cost. Buy with confidence as I offer a 14 day right of return.

This Agilent HP3314A is in immaculate condition. It has a 2 year NIST calibration performed as of 7/2013 by an independent laboratory.

The Agilent / HP 3314A is a multi-mode, HP-IB Programmable Function Generator featuring Sine, Square and Triangle functions from 1 mHz to 19.99 MHz. Ramps and pulses are available from 1 mHz to 1.999 MHz using variable symmetry.

The Agilent 5060-3386 standard output connector is used in conjunction with a HP 66000A mainframe and a selection of HP 66101A, 66102A, 66103A, 66104A, 66105A,66106A DC Power modules. We have over 50 currently in stock as of 2/6/15. They are available with any HP6610xA power supply purchase on a one for one basis.

The Agilent HP 5060-3387 Relay output connector ( Option 760 ) is used with Hp 66101A, 66102A, 66103A, 66104A, 66105A,66106A DC Power modules. We have over 30 in stock as of 2/6/15. Agilent HP 5060-3387 Relay output connector ( Option 760 ) used with Hp 66101A, 66102A, 66103A, 66104A, 66105A,66106A DC Power modules. Due to extremely limited quantities available, these will only be sold in conjunction of the purchase of a mating power supply module.

This HP 60504B is capable of pulling 120 amps, of having 60 Vdc applied across it, at up to 600 Watts. It has been fully tested and works fine. It does have a worn top post as it binds up so it was being secured using a pair of pliers. It can be replaced if you choose to do that or you can tighten it with a screwdriver or pliers. It will hand tighten most of the way but gets more difficult as you get about at the 60 to 70% of closed completely point ( assuming there is nothing being connected and you are just closing the retainer).

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