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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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Model 121 programmable DC current source enables cost-effective sensor testing Jun 7, 2013

June 5, 2013 (Columbus, OH) – Lake Shore announced today the introduction of its Model 121 programmable DC current source to its family of products to support precision test and measurement.

The Model 121 will replace the existing Model 100, 101, 102, 110 and 120 current sources, offering a singular, easy-to-use instrument with expanded capabilities and upgraded performance.

The Model 121 current source is intended for testing, measuring, and operating resistive and semiconductor devices such as diodes. It provides a convenient and reliable alternative to simple voltage-based circuits, and an affordable alternative to more expensive multi-function current sources. It is suitable for bench-top use or panel-mounted operation in labs, test facilities and manufacturing environments in applications such as:


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