Most popular core system
The TF 2000 E is one of the most advanced analyzers for electroceramic materials and systems in the world. We developed the original TF Analyzer in 1999 for testing ferroelectric memory. Since then, we have continuously modified the measurement system to respond to changing needs. Today, it is the most popular core system among our aixPES products.
Modular design with a wide range of options
Unlike the entry-level TF 1000, the TF 2000 E test system is based on a modular design. It allows up to four different probe heads to be connected to the same basic unit. Each of these represents a different characterization method. The basic principle is to suppress supply cables and the associated parasitic effects as much as possible where necessary. That is why all virtual ground current amplifiers and the voltage amplifiers are incorporated here.
The TF 2000 E system is available with the following modules for various characterization methods:
- FE module: Standard measurements on ferroelectric materials
The FE module consists of a voltage amplifier for output voltages of up to 30 V and current amplifiers for detecting the test current. Multiple ranges between 10 pA and 1 A are available in order to make full use of the bandwidth and definition.
- RS module: Determining the main electric characteristics of resistive switching materials
The RS module offers combined voltage excitation with current measurement and voltage monitoring, or current excitation with voltage measurement and current monitoring. It was developed to perform various measurements on resistive switching materials to determine their main electronic characteristics.
- MR module: Ultra-high impedance for voltage measurements through electrometer amplifiers
The MR module lets users investigate magnetoresistive and ferroic materials. The system can be fitted with various electromagnets for this purpose. Just like the RS module, the MR module features a high-precision power source. The drop in voltage across the sample is measured using highly accurate four-point measurement, together with an electrometer amplifier. This makes it possible to measure 10 mOhm, for example, with a precision of better than 1%. As a result, users can measure magnetic tunnel junctions, Josephson junctions, etc.
For more features and technical details about our TF Analyzer 2000 E, please refer to the product sheet: