[time-nuts] Favorite counters (current production)?
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Fri Nov 10 14:50:26 EST 2017
I would say CNT-99/91 and SR-620.
Bob has a point about 53230, since the others is older, but on the other
hand, it is a bit of a gamble. There are many aspects that goes into the
longlivety of a product, such as access to components, but also strategy
The CNT-90/91 an 53230 both have graphical presentation, which is very
beneficial. The SR-620 still have better performance even being older
than everything else.
On 11/10/2017 05:37 PM, Bob Camp wrote:
> There is no perfect answer. I’d go with the 53230 simply because it *might* be supported
> the longest.
>> On Nov 10, 2017, at 11:17 AM, Scott Newell <newell+timenuts at n5tnl.com> wrote:
>> What current production freq counters do people like for general time-nuttery these days? There's a chance I can get a decent counter for work, so I'm looking for suggestions. Bonus points for fanless. Don't need anything past 200 MHz or so. Prefer ethernet over USB or GPIB.
>> The SR620 looks to be pretty big and a little dated. The 53230A seems to have better specs and screen than the Tek/Fluke FCA3k series. Am I missing any?
>> Rank your preferences!
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