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Mini-Circuits Launches USB Power Sensor with High Measurement Capability

Mini-Circuits, developer of RF and IF microwave signal processing systems, has included the PWR-2.5GHS-75 USB power sensor in its product portfolio.

The new sensor is cost-effective and features API-DLL com object high speed measurement ability with an impedance of 75 W.

The USB power sensor can be used with 32/64 Bit operating systems and features 'Measurement Application' Graphical User Interface software. It measures 4.89x1.74x0.95" and eliminates driver installation. It requires 75 W of power and can convert Windows or Linux PC into a power meter.

Each USB HID device unit comes with an instant-bolting USB cable to ensure consistent connectivity. Descriptive manuals and native software are included in a CD or can be downloaded from the company's website by offering a complete set of data assessment options.

Mini-Circuits offers an innovative search engine, YONI 2. It enables engineers to search huge amount of data points from an extensive range of models to determine an ideal solution to meet their request. In addition, several products of the company are provided in designer kit packages. Extensive information on all models facilitates a quicker analysis of product functionality.

Source: http://www.minicircuits.com

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