RF and Microwave Power Sensors/Meters

Tektronix PSM3000, PSM4000, and PSM5000 Series
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Features & Benefits

Key Performance Specifications
  • 8 GHz, 18 GHz, 20 GHz, and 26.5 GHz Models
  • Models Available with N and 3.5 mm Connectors
  • Dynamic Range as Low as –60 dBm and as High as +20 dBm
  • Uncertainty as Low as 2.6%
  • Reading Rates up to 2000 Readings/s
Features
  • Meters are Calibrated over Full Temperature Range – No zero or cal needed before making measurements, saving time and avoiding poor-quality data
  • Average Power, Duty Cycle Corrected Pulse Power, and Measurement Logging on All Models
  • Included Applications run under Microsoft Windows
    • Power Meter Application
    • High-speed Logging Application
    • LabVIEW Drivers and Programming Examples for Most Common Windows Programming Environments are Available for Automated System Support
  • Max Hold and Relative Measurement Modes
  • Offset, Frequency Response, and 75 Ω Minimum Loss Pad Correction
  • Flexible Averaging Modes for Quick, Stable Measurements
  • TTL Trigger Input and Output allow Synchronization with External Instruments
  • Pass/Fail Limit Mode
  • Compact Size
  • The PSM3000 Series offers True Average Power Measurements that Give Accurate Results Regardless of Signal Shape or Modulation
  • The PSM4000 and PSM5000 Series offer:
    • Pulse Power, Duty Cycle, Peak Power, and Crest Factor Measurements
    • Measure Peak, Average and Minimum Power on Bursts with Adjustable Offset and Duration
  • The PSM5000 Series includes a Pulse Profiling Application for Making Measurements on Repetitive, Pulsed Signals
    • Builds and Displays a Trace of the Pulse Envelope
    • Full-trace and Gated Measurements including Pulse, Peak and Average Power, Overshoot, Crest Factor, Rise and Fall Time, Pulse Width, Pulse Repetition Frequency, Duty Cycle
    • Statistical Measurements on the Trace Data, such as Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF), and Probability Density Function (PDF)

Applications

  • General-purpose RF and Microwave Average Power Measurements
  • Characterization of Repetitive Pulsed Signals, such as Navigation, Weather, and other Radar
  • Peak and Average Power Measurements on Modulated Signals such as GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, HSPA, WiMAX up to 10 MHz
  • Peak and Average Power Measurements of Modulated Pulsed Communications Signals
  • Level Control Feedback for Signal Sources
  • Validation and Characterization of Power Amplifiers, Switches, and Other RF and Microwave Components
  • Service, Maintenance, and Installation of DTV, Cellular, Microwave Radio Link, and Radio Broadcast Transmitters
  • Verification and Calibration of Test Equipment and Systems
3-year Warranty

 

Capable, Compact Power Sensors/Meters

The PSM3000, PSM4000, and PSM5000 Series are compact power sensors/meters that deliver fast, accurate RF and microwave power measurements. A broad range of CW and pulse modulation measurements are available, depending on the series you choose. Each meter comes with Windows Power Meter application software for controlling the meter, displaying readings, and recording data. The combination of the sensor/meter and PC provides a complete solution, eliminating the need for a separate, dedicated meter mainframe.

No Meter Mainframe Required

With the included power meter application software, familiar meter controls are available at the click of a mouse and readings are presented right on your PC screen. Familiar Windows pull-down menus provide additional controls. Data is immediately available on the PC for further analysis and documentation. The meters communicate with the PC using standard USB 2.0 protocols and cables for plug-and-play ease of use.

Integrate High-speed Power Measurements Into Your Testing

Tektronix PSM Series power sensors feature the industry’s fastest measurement speed (2000 readings/s). This can significantly reduce test times and provide dynamic power measurement information that was previously unavailable. An included High-speed Logging Application provides a mechanism for getting this data into your PC for analysis.

For custom test applications, you can communicate with the sensors using LabVIEW, or using a fully documented API. Example programs are provided for the most commonly used development environments. The communications library allows your program to communicate with up to 12 sensors, eliminating the need for costly switches.

Tektronix real-time signal analyzers, arbitrary waveform generators, and oscilloscopes that use the Windows operating system can also be used to control the PSM Series sensor/meter and give you quick access to accurate power measurements.

To allow synchronization with other measurement equipment all models include Trigger In and Trigger Out TTL signals.

High-speed measurements, extensive programming tools, and synchronization features make these sensors versatile additions to your test setup.

Industry-leading Performance for Demanding Designs

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Figure 1 – Software presents familiar controls and measurement presentation.

Tektronix power sensors/meters come fully calibrated over their entire operating temperature range. Sensor zeroing and meter reference calibration have been eliminated, reducing setup time and helping to avoid inaccurate results. These meters provide accuracy you can count on for general-purpose CW, peak, pulse, and other modulated power measurements. Whether doing installation or maintenance on a wireless base station, production testing, or R&D for wireless components, the PSM Series products serve these needs with a wide dynamic range (–60 dBM to +20 dBm) and frequencies ranging from 10 MHz up to 26.5 GHz.

Select the Performance/Features to Meet Your Needs

PSM3000 Series power sensors/meters provide true average power measurements, giving accurate power measurements independent of signal modulation and bandwidth. The PSM4000 Series delivers average power (CW) measurements, and adds pulse and peak power measurements for gathering basic data on pulsed RF and microwave signals. PSM5000 Series power sensors/meters provide the same measurements as the PSM4000, and add pulse profiling capability for signal viewing and characterization in pulsed RF and microwave systems.

Feature

PSM3000 Series

PSM4000 Series

PSM5000 Series

Frequency Range

10 MHz to 26.5 GHz

10 MHz to 20 GHz

50 MHz to 20 GHz

Dynamic Range

–55 dBM to +20 dBm

–60 dBm to +20 dBM

–60 dBm to +20 dBm

Measurement Speed

2000 readings/s

2000 readings/s

2000 readings/s

Measurements

True Average Power

X

 

 

Average (CW) Power

 

X

X

Duty Cycle Corrected Pulse Power

X

X

X

Peak Power, Pulse Power, Duty Cycle

 

X

X

Peak and Average Burst Power

 

X

X

Measurement Logging

X

X

X

Pulse Width, Rise/Fall, Overshoot, Droop

 

 

X

Time Gated Measurements

 

 

X

Pulse Waveform Display with Markers

 

 

X

A Broad Range of Pulse Envelope Measurements

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Figure 2 – Pulse profiling software enables a thorough analysis of pulse characteristics.

Tektronix PSM5000 Series products feature an easy-to-use, high performance, pulse profiling, pulse (modulation), and CW power meter and sensor in one. The PSM5000 Series product is specifically designed for applications requiring time domain analysis of constant-envelope, repetitive pulsed signals. It performs time domain pulse measurements such as rise/fall time, overshoot, and droop that have typically required costly signal analyzers. PSM5000 Series sensors use an equivalent time-sampling technique to reconstruct repetitive, pulsed input signals. Repetitive pulses with video bandwidths up to 10 MHz can be measured with an effective sample rate of up to 48 MS/s.

Performance You Can Count On

In addition to industry-leading service and support, every PSM Series power sensor/meter comes backed with a three-year standard warranty.

Specifications

Electrical Specifications

All specifications apply over the full instrument operating temperature range unless otherwise noted, after a 20 minute warm-up interval.

PSM3000 Series USB Power Meters (True Average)

Characteristic

PSM3110

PSM3120

PSM3310

PSM3320

PSM3510

Input Connector

3.5 mm, male

N-type, male

3.5 mm, male

N-type, male

3.5 mm, male

Frequency Range

10 MHz to 8 GHz

10 MHz to 18 GHz

10 MHz to 26.5 GHz

Dynamic Range

–55 dBm to +20 dBm

Video Bandwidth

100 Hz, typical

Total Accuracy*1

Total Uncertainty = 2 × √[ (CF/2)2 + (L/2)2 + (N/2)2 + (Z/√2)2+ (Mm/√2)2 + (T/√2)2 ]

   Calibration Factor Uncertainty (CF)

10 MHz to 1 GHz: 2.5%

1 GHz to 8 GHz: 2.4%

10 MHz to 1 GHz: 1.8%

1 GHz to 8 GHz: 1.7%

10 MHz to 1 GHz: 2.5%

1 GHz to 10 GHz: 2.4%

10 GHz to 18 GHz: 2.7%

10 MHz to 1 GHz: 1.8%

1 GHz to 10 GHz: 1.7%

10 GHz to 18 GHz: 1.9%

10 MHz to 1 GHz: 2.5%

1 GHz to 10 GHz: 2.4%

10 GHz to 18 GHz: 2.7%

18 GHz to 26.5 GHz: 3.7%

   Linearity Uncertainty (L)

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 3.0%

–15 dBm to +15 dBm: 2.5%

–55 dBm to –15 dBm: 2.0%

   Noise Uncertainty (N)

5 second integration

+10 dBm to +20 dBm: 0.10%

–15 dBm to +10 dBm: 0.25%

–30 dBm to –15 dBm: 0.10%

–40 dBm to –30 dBm: 0.25%

–50 dBm to –40 dBm: 1.50%

–55 dBm to –50 dBm: 4.50%

   Zero Offset Power*2 (Z)

[(3.0 nW at 25 °C) + |ΔT| × (0.15 nW / °C)] + 0.01 nW / month

   Match*3

1.20:1 VSWR (21 dB Return Loss)

10 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.20:1 VSWR (21 dB Return Loss)

10 GHz to 18 GHz: 1.29:1 VSWR (18 dB Return Loss)

10 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.20:1 VSWR (21 dB Return Loss)

 

10 GHz to 26.5 GHz: 1.29:1 VSWR (18 dB Return Loss)

   Temperature Uncertainty (T)

40 °C < T ≤ 50 °C: 2.00%

30 °C < T ≤ 40 °C: 0.75%

20 °C < T ≤ 30 °C: 0.00%

10 °C < T ≤ 20 °C: 0.75%

0 °C < T ≤ 10 °C: 2.00%

*1 Total uncertainty includes contributions from Calibration Factor Uncertainty (CF), Linearity Uncertainty (L), Noise Uncertainty (N), Zero Offset Uncertainty (Z), Mismatch Uncertainty, and Temperature Uncertainty (T). All error terms must be converted to percentages for Total Uncertainty (RSS) calculation. Mismatch Uncertainty (Mm) requires knowledge of source match and should be expressed as a percentage using the equation Mm = 100 × [(1 ± Γsource × Γsensor)2 – 1].

*2 Use the following formula to determine Zero Offset Uncertainty as a percentage: Z = (Zero Offset Power / Nominal Power) × 100.

*3Nominal impedance = 50 Ω.

PSM4000 Series USB Power Meters (Average/Peak/Pulse)

Characteristic

PSM4110

PSM4120

PSM4320

PSM4410

Input Connector

3.5 mm, male

N-type, male

N-type, male

3.5 mm, male

Frequency Range

10 MHz to 8 GHz

10 MHz to 8 GHz

50 MHz to 18.6 GHz

50 MHz to 20 GHz

Dynamic Range

10 MHz to 6 GHz: –60 dBm to +20 dBm

6 GHz to 8 GHz: –50 dBm to +20 dBm

–40 dBm to +20 dBm

Maximum Peak-to-Average Ratio

10 MHz to 6 GHz: 80 dB

6 GHz to 8 GHz: 70 dB

55 dB

Internal Video Bandwidth

10 MHz, typical

Timebase

±50 ppm, typical

Sample Rate

500 kS/s

Average Power, Minimum Pulse Width

500 ns, typical

Peak Power, Minimum Pulse Width

200 ns, typical

Total Accuracy*1

Total Uncertainty = 2 × √[ (CF/2)2 + (L/2)2 + (N/2)2 + (Z/√2)2+ (Mm/√2)2 + (T/√2)2 ]

   Calibration Factor Uncertainty (CF)

10 MHz to 100 MHz: 7.0%

100 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 8 GHz: 2.5%

10 MHz to 100 MHz: 7.0%

100 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 8 GHz: 1.7%

50 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.7%

10 GHz to 18.6 GHz: 1.9%

50 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 12.5 GHz: 2.6%

12.5 GHz to 18 GHz: 3.2%

18 GHz to 20 GHz: 3.5%

   Linearity Uncertainty (L)

10 MHz to 100 MHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 7.0%

+10 dBm to +15 dBm: 5.0%

–60 dBm to +10 dBm: 4.0%

 

100 MHz to 2 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 7.0%

+10 dBm to +15 dBm: 5.0%

–60 dBm to +10 dBm: 3.0%

 

2 GHz to 8 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 5.0%

+10 dBm to +15 dBm: 3.0%

–60 dBm to +10 dBm: 2.0%

50 MHz to 100 MHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 7.0%

–40 dBm to +15 dBm: 5.0%

 

100 MHz to 2 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 7.0%

+5 dBm to +15 dBm: 5.0%

–40 dBm to +5 dBm: 3.0%

 

2 GHz to 20 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 6.0%

+5 dBm to +15 dBm: 4.0%

–40 dBm to +5 dBm: 2.0%

   Noise Uncertainty (N)

1 second integration

+10 dBm to +20 dBm:

0.22% (10 MHz to 100 MHz)

0.15% (100 MHz to 8 GHz)

 

–30 dBm to +10 dBm:

0.22% (10 MHz to 100 MHz)

0.04% (100 MHz to 8 GHz)

 

–50 dBm to –30 dBm:

0.22% (10 MHz to 100 MHz)

0.04% (100 MHz to 6 GHz)

0.15% (6 GHz to 8 GHz)

 

–60 dBm to –50 dBm:

0.44% (10 MHz to 100 MHz)

0.15% (100 MHz to 6 GHz)

5 second integration

+10 dBm to +20 dBm: 1.5% (50 MHz to 20 GHz)

–20 dBm to +10 dBm: 1.0% (50 MHz to 20 GHz)

–30 dBm to –20 dBm: 1.5% (50 MHz to 20 GHz)

–40 dBm to –30 dBm: 7.0% (50 MHz to 18.6 GHz)

   Zero Offset Power*2 (Z)

[(0.35 nW at 25 °C) + |ΔT| × (0.025 nW / °C)] + 0.005 nW / month

50 MHz to 500 MHz

[(200 nW at 25 °C) + |ΔT| × (10 nW / °C)] + 10 nW / month

 

500 MHz to 20 GHz

[(100 nW at 25 °C) + |ΔT| × (5 nW / °C)] + 5 nW / month

   Match*3

1.09:1 VSWR

(27 dB Return Loss)

1.15:1 VSWR

(23 dB Return Loss)

50 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.20:1 VSWR

(21 dB Return Loss)

 

10 GHz to 18.6 GHz: 1.29:1 VSWR

(18 dB Return Loss)

50 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.20:1 VSWR

(21 dB Return Loss)

 

10 GHz to 20 GHz: 1.29:1 VSWR

(18 dB Return Loss)

   Temperature Uncertainty (T)

40 °C < T ≤ 50 °C: 1.00% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

 

30 °C < T ≤ 40 °C: 0.75% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

 

20 °C < T ≤ 30 °C: 0.00%

 

10 °C < T ≤ 20 °C: 0.75% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

 

0 °C < T ≤ 10 °C: 1.00% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

40 °C < T ≤ 50 °C: 6.00%

30 °C < T ≤ 40 °C: 3.00%

20 °C < T ≤ 30 °C: 0.00%

10 °C < T ≤ 20 °C: 3.00%

0 °C < T ≤ 10 °C: 6.00%

*1 Total uncertainty includes contributions from Calibration Factor Uncertainty (CF), Linearity Uncertainty (L), Noise Uncertainty (N), Zero Offset Uncertainty (Z), Mismatch Uncertainty, and Temperature Uncertainty (T). All error terms must be converted to percentages for Total Uncertainty (RSS) calculation. Mismatch Uncertainty (Mm) requires knowledge of source match and should be expressed as a percentage using the equation Mm = 100 × [(1 ± Γsource × Γsensor)2 – 1].

*2 Use the following formula to determine Zero Offset Uncertainty as a percentage: Z = (Zero Offset Power / Nominal Power) × 100.

*3Nominal impedance = 50 Ω.

PSM5000 Series USB Power Meters (Average/Peak/Pulse + Profiling)

Characteristic

PSM5110

PSM5120

PSM5320

PSM5410

Input Connector

3.5 mm, male

N-type, male

N-type, male

3.5 mm, male

Frequency Range

100 MHz to 8 GHz

50 MHz to 18.6 GHz

50 MHz to 20 GHz

Dynamic Range

100 MHz to 6 GHz: –60 dBm to +20 dBm

6 GHz to 8 GHz: –50 dBm to +20 dBm

–40 dBm to +20 dBm

Maximum Peak-to-Average Ratio

100 MHz to 6 GHz: 80 dB

6 GHz to 8 GHz: 70 dB

55 dB

Internal Video Bandwidth

10 MHz, typical

Timebase

±50 ppm, typical

Real-time Sample Rate

500 kS/s

Average Power, Minimum Pulse Width

500 ns, typical

Peak Power, Minimum Pulse Width

200 ns, typical

Pulse Profiling, Maximum Equivalent-time Sample Rate*4

48 MS/s

Pulse Profiling, Minimum Rise Time, 10% to 90%

54 ns (–70 dBm to –20 dBm pulse, 4 GHz)

Pulse Profiling, Minimum Fall Time, 90% to 10%

44 ns (–70 dBm to –20 dBm pulse, 4 GHz)

Pulse Profiling, Manual Trigger Level Accuracy

±1 dBm

Pulse Profiling, Minimum Number of Cycles

2 cycles

Pulse Profiling, Video Filters

100 kHz, 200 kHz, 300 kHz, 500 kHz, 1 MHz, 2 MHz, 3 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz

Total Accuracy*1

Total Uncertainty = 2 × √[ (CF/2)2 + (L/2)2 + (N/2)2 + (Z/√2)2+ (Mm/√2)2 + (T/√2)2 ]

   Calibration Factor Uncertainty (CF)

100 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 8 GHz: 2.5%

100 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 8 GHz: 1.7%

50 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.7%

10 GHz to 18.6 GHz: 1.9%

50 MHz to 500 MHz: 4.0%

500 MHz to 12.5 GHz: 2.6%

12.5 GHz to 18 GHz: 3.2%

18 GHz to 20 GHz: 3.5%

   Linearity Uncertainty (L)

100 MHz to 2 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 7.0%

+5 dBm to +15 dBm: 5.0%

–60 dBm to +5 dBm: 3.0%

 

2 GHz to 8 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 5.0%

+5 dBm to +15 dBm: 3.0%

–60 dBm to +5 dBm: 2.0%

50 MHz to 100 MHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 7.0%

–40 dBm to +15 dBm: 5.0%

 

100 MHz to 2 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 7.0%

+5 dBm to +15 dBm: 5.0%

–40 dBm to +5 dBm: 3.0%

 

2 GHz to 20 GHz

+15 dBm to +20 dBm: 6.0%

+5 dBm to +15 dBm: 4.0%

–40 dBm to +5 dBm: 2.0%

   Noise Uncertainty (N)

1 second integration

+10 dBm to +20 dBm:

0.15% (100 MHz to 8 GHz)

 

–30 dBm to +10 dBm:

0.04% (100 MHz to 8 GHz)

 

–50 dBm to –30 dBm:

0.04% (100 MHz to 6 GHz)

0.15% (6 GHz to 8 GHz)

 

–60 dBm to –50 dBm:

0.15% (100 MHz to 6 GHz)

5 second integration

+10 dBm to +20 dBm: 1.5% (50 MHz to 20 GHz)

–20 dBm to +10 dBm: 1.0% (50 MHz to 20 GHz)

–30 dBm to –20 dBm: 1.5% (50 MHz to 20 GHz)

–40 dBm to –30 dBm: 7.0% (50 MHz to 18.6 GHz)

   Zero Offset Power*2 (Z)

[(0.35 nW at 25 °C) + |ΔT| × (0.025 nW / °C)] + 0.005 nW / month

50 MHz to 500 MHz

[(200 nW at 25 °C) + |ΔT| × (10 nW / °C)] + 10 nW / month

 

500 MHz to 20 GHz

[(100 nW at 25 °C) + |ΔT| × (5 nW / °C)] + 5 nW / month

   Match*3

100 MHz to 250 MHz: 1.18:1 VSWR

(21.7 dB Return Loss)

 

250 MHz to 8 GHz: 1.09:1 VSWR

(23 dB Return Loss)

100 MHz to 250 MHz: 1.18:1 VSWR

(21.7 dB Return Loss)

 

250 MHz to 8 GHz: 1.15:1 VSWR

(27 dB Return Loss)

50 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.20:1 VSWR

(21 dB Return Loss)

 

10 GHz to 18.6 GHz: 1.29:1 VSWR

(18 dB Return Loss)

50 MHz to 10 GHz: 1.20:1 VSWR

(21 dB Return Loss)

 

10 GHz to 20 GHz: 1.29:1 VSWR

(18 dB Return Loss)

   Temperature Uncertainty (T)

40 °C < T ≤ 50 °C: 1.00% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

 

30 °C < T ≤ 40 °C: 0.75% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

 

20 °C < T ≤ 30 °C: 0.00%

 

10 °C < T ≤ 20 °C: 0.75% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

 

0 °C < T ≤ 10 °C: 1.00% (plus 1%, 0 dBm to 10 dBm; plus 3%, 10 dBm to 20 dBm)

40 °C < T ≤ 50 °C: 6.00%

30 °C < T ≤ 40 °C: 3.00%

20 °C < T ≤ 30 °C: 0.00%

10 °C < T ≤ 20 °C: 3.00%

0 °C < T ≤ 10 °C: 6.00%

*1 Total uncertainty includes contributions from Calibration Factor Uncertainty (CF), Linearity Uncertainty (L), Noise Uncertainty (N), Zero Offset Uncertainty (Z), Mismatch Uncertainty, and Temperature Uncertainty (T). All error terms must be converted to percentages for Total Uncertainty (RSS) calculation. Mismatch Uncertainty (Mm) requires knowledge of source match and should be expressed as a percentage using the equation Mm = 100 × [(1 ± Γsource × Γsensor)2 – 1].

*2 Use the following formula to determine Zero Offset Uncertainty as a percentage: Z = (Zero Offset Power / Nominal Power) × 100.

*3Nominal impedance = 50 Ω.

*4Equivalent-time Sampling requires repetitive pulses for accurate results.

General Specifications

Characteristic

Description

Maximum Average Power

+20 dBm (100 mW)

Damage Level: +23 dBm (200 mW)

Maximum Pulse Power

+20 dBm (100 mW)

Damage Level: +23 dBm (200 mW)

Measurement Rate

2000/s (100 settled measurements per second typical)

Trigger In / Trigger Out

TTL compatible

Damage Level: 5.5 V max, –0.5 V min

Rate: 1 Hz to 750 kHz, typical

USB Interface

USB Version: 2.0 Full speed (11 Mb/s)

System Requirements for Meter and High Speed Logger Software

Characteristic

Description

Typical Host Specifications

- 2 GB RAM

- USB 2.0 Port

Operating System

- Windows XP, Service Pack 3

- Windows Vista

- Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit, or XP mode)

Environmental

Characteristic

Description

Temperature

   Operating

0 °C to +55 °C

   Nonoperating

–25 °C to +85 °C

Humidity

   Operating

15% to 95% RH (Relative Humidity) at up to +30 °C

15% to 45% RH above +30 °C up to +55 °C; noncondensing

   Nonoperating

15% to 95% RH at up to +30 °C

15% to 45% RH above +30 °C up to +85 °C; noncondensing

Altitude

   Operating

3,000 m (10,000 ft.)

   Nonoperating

15,000 m (50,000 ft.)

Electromagnetic Compatibility

EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, EN 61326-2-1: 2006, CE

Physical Characteristics

Dimension

Description

PSM3110, PSM3120, PSM3310, PSM3320, PSM3510, PSM4320, PSM4410, PSM5320, PSM5410

   Diameter

48 mm (1.9 in.)

   Length

74 mm (2.9 in.), plus connector

PSM4110, PSM4120, PSM5110, PSM5120

   Diameter

48 mm (1.9 in.)

   Length

62 mm (2.4 in.), plus connector

Weight

PSM3110

PSM3310

PSM3510

164 g (5.78 oz.)

PSM3120

PSM3320

203 g (7.16 oz.)

PSM4110

PSM5110

110 g (3.88 oz.)

PSM4120

PSM5120

149 g (5.26 oz.)

PSM4320

PSM5320

163 g (5.75 oz.)

PSM4410

PSM5410

124 g (4.37 oz.)

Warranty and Calibration

Characteristic

Description

Warranty

3 years

Recommended Calibration Interval

1 year

3GW-27137-1

Last Modified: 2011-12-28 04:00:00
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