Start Date: 6/21/13 07:00 PM
End Date: 7/12/13 07:00 PM
Kits Offered: 3
by  sheldon bailey  on Oct 18, 2013
The keithley 2110 5-1/2 digit multimeter is very budget friendly with a list price of $595 and $725 with the GPIB option, packing many of the features found on modern multimeters. It's 0.012% basic DC accuracy lends well to calibrating other equipment on my bench like a keithley 197A picked up in unknown condition from a local surplus store. It fits nicely on the bench and is only about an inch longer than the 197A. The keithley 2110 is quick to learn, and easy to use. The dual measurement feature is somewhat straight forward. And the dataloging capability came in handy while fermenting a batch of octoberfest. The KI-Tool allows quick plotting on a pc, and exporting data is quick and simple. Construction is excelent, there is plenty of isolation between the frontend and the rest of the...
by  gerrysweeney  on Sep 15, 2013
A couple of months ago I joined the element14 community and decided to sign up for a Road Test which I did, for a Keithley 2110 DMM, I was not really expecting to be selected but I was which was great – so thank you element14 for the meter and the opportunity to do this review. On first impression I did not much like the display and that made me want to not like the meter too. However, as I reviewed the meter I warmed to it, its a good meter and I like it a lot more than I wanted to. I have specifically made this a video review so I wont write too much about the review here, you can watch the video for the detail (and the puppies too). Here is a link to the blog page I also posted this review to. http://gerrysweeney.com/keithley-2110-dmm-review-oh-and-puppies/ In the teardowm, I...
by  lui_gough  on Aug 30, 2013
Keithley Model 2110 5.5 digit USB and GPIB Digital Multimeter Roadtest Review by Gough Lui Preface I would like to begin, as usual, with a big thank you to element14/Newark/Farnell and Keithley Instruments for providing this review sample and your support of the community. I would also like to thank Dr. DeFeo for choosing me to be the one to review this product. As usual - I aim to provide an unbiased and comprehensive review which (I hope) would benefit the community. As such, if you did find it interesting or useful, I would appreciate a "like" or a rating on this review. Also, feel free to visit me at http://goughlui.com. Introduction Keithley Instruments is a long-standing name in the measurement arena, having been founded in 1946 by Joseph F. Keithley. In 2010, they...