The Yokogawa DM7560 Digital Multimeter provides:
Stability – As a 6 digits benchtop DMM, the DM7560 provides excellent stability and reliability. It keeps its good performance even at high sampling rates.
Visibility – As one of the most advanced bench-top DMMs, The DM7560 provides various display formats. This contributes to intuitive and comprehensive operation in today’s demanding measurement settings.
Productivity – With a wealth of I/O and communication interfaces, and advanced analysis functions, the DM7560 helps to improve productivity of a wide range of automated testing systems.
Yokogawa DM7560 Digital Multimeter Application Examples
- Monitoring battery current consumption
- Sensor testing
- Production testing
- R&D / service
- Voltage reference testing
Yokogawa DM7560 Digital Multimeter Front Panel
Flexible Display Formats
A large 4.3-inch high-resolution display provides comprehensive data observation using a flexible combination of primary and secondary display areas.
Display combination examples
Trend chart + Statistics
The DMM7560 can show different types of visualizations on the display. In this case, the top displays a time-domain trend plot and the lower region displays statistics of this data.
Numerical value + Frequency + Analog meter
Users can display the input signal voltage and frequency side-by-side with numeric values and indicators.
High-speed data logging
Maximum 30 k S/s data logging rate
In bulk mode, data can be logged to the internal memory with high sample rates of up to 30 k S/s. Data logged to the memory can be copied to a USB memory device and analyzed on the PC.
* When DCV, DCI, 2 WΩ, 4 WΩ functions.
Setting the DM7560 to 30 kS/sec enables users to see the details of a 10 ms pulse width, on a 2 Vpp measurement.
High capacity memory
An internal memory of 100 k points enables long-term, high-resolution data logging even for high sample rates. Continuous measurement of over 27 hours is possible with a sample rate of 1 S/s.
Available logging time at each sampling rate
|Sampling Rate (S/s)||1||1k||30k|
|Logging time (h:m:s)||27:46:40||0:01:40||0:00:03|
Triggered data logging
Trigger events such as the measured LEVEL, LIMIT or EXTERNAL TRIGGER can stop logging. Users can specify the amount of data to store after an event occurs.
SIGNAL LEVEL events can stop data logging.
Users can transfer readings to a PC file for more detailed analysis.
Offline data analysis in the DM7560
Yield rate measurement
By setting upper and lower limit values as the cursor position on the histogram display, user can display the number of data, ratio to whole data (%) and yield rate.
Yield rate and other calculations are available using cursor controls on the histogram display.
Time trend analysis
In the trend chart, statistic data in a selected time range can be calculated.
Statistical data such as the MAX/MIN/AVG of a cursor-specified range is calculated automatically.
Users can easily zoom to see a magnified part of the trend chart or display the zoomed region as a histogram.
Judgment (GO/NO-GO) result analysis
Both the histogram and trend chart can display LIMIT judgment results. The number of captured NO-GO results is displayed in the histogram display, and the timing when NO-GO results were captured is clearly displayed in the trend chart.
Display in large fonts
Easily seen from a distance.
Setup control by PLCs
The DM7560 can store/recall up to 10 setups through the optional RS-232 interface to enable flexible control of the instrument from a PLC.
Signal output according to LIMIT judgment
A LIMIT judgment result can be output as a signal from the DIO terminals (option) for simplified implementation of automated test systems.
SCPI-compliant remote control
In addition to the standard USB interface, Ethernet, RS-232 and GP-IB are also available. Users can program the unit using industry-standard SCPI commands.