- ... An alternative to buying a stand alone frequency counter is a DMM that has frequency counting capability. One such device is a UNI-T UT61E. See:Message 1 of 5 , Feb 6, 2013View SourceOn 2/6/2013 1:55 AM, Dave C wrote:
>An alternative to buying a stand alone frequency counter is a DMM that
> I am looking to add to my bench's complement of TE with a frequency
> counter. It need be only 10 MHz (but will consider higher value),
> single input. All other options (termination, attenuation, etc.) are
> great but optional in my case.
> I'd even consider a DIY project circuit.
> I'll consider a non-functional one, if anyone has such.
> And please, I am already looking at e-Pain listings, so I don't need
> any help with that, unless you have experience with something listed
has frequency counting capability. One such device is a UNI-T UT61E. See:
For specifications see:
Yes a UT61E will cost more than the stand alone frequency counters
mentioned by others. But for those looking to buy a DMM and a Frequency
Counter the UT61E is a viable option.
The other Howard
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