Posts Tagged ‘LCR-Reader-MPA-BT’

Black Friday Sale 2020

// November 25th, 2020 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

Siborg is offering up to 30% on almost everything in the LCR-Reader Store, including the LCR-Reader-MPA and Bluetooth devices. The sale runs from Friday, November 27th, 2020. The sale will also be available on Amazon sales channels in USA, Canada and Europe.

New Bluetooth Data Acquisition Tool

// September 28th, 2020 // No Comments » // Bluetooth, LCR-Reader, LCR-Reader-MPA

Siborg has released their LCR-Reader-MPA Bluetooth Data Acquisition Tool with Logger program.

The LCR-Reader-MPA Bluetooth Data Acquisition Tool connects to PC and Android over a Bluetooth connection and allows users to remotely record measurements values in real time.

To use the LCR-MPA-BT Logger program, simply connect the BT dongle to the PC, turn on the MPA and only then start the program. The program will show that the device is connected and begin mirroring what is on the display in the program – showing the main impedance value, secondary value, signal test level, test frequency level, and equivalent circuit. There are also clickable parameters on the program’s main display for changing quick settings – frequency, test mode, etc.

The main feature of the program is the Pass/Fail assessment feature. Users are able to set custom profiles for each component in a predefined list (such as BOM). Users also set the desired values and test settings for the measured components. When testing, the main display on the program will turn red if the measured component does not meet the desired specs. The recorded values are marked red in the ‘Test’ column for fails, and green for pass.

There are two test modes: Single Component Test and Multiple Component Test. Single Component Test is best for testing the same type of component mutiple times. Multiple Component Test is best for full PCBs that have a range of different components with varied values. Users can set the name and the desired values for each component in the list. All measurement values, for both modes, can be exported to Excel.