|Tracker 3200S Specification||Tracker 3200S|
|Number of Voltages plus values||24 voltages: 200mV, 400mV, 600mV, 800mV, 1V to 20V in 1V steps including 10V (Low), 15V (Med 1), 20V (Med 2)|
|Number of Resistances plus values||16 resistances: 10Ω, 20Ω, 50Ω, 100Ω, 200Ω, 500Ω, 1kΩ, 2kΩ, 5kΩ, 10kΩ, 20kΩ, 50kΩ, 100kΩ, 54Ω (Low)*, 1.2kΩ (Med 1)*, 26.7kΩ (Med 2)* |
* Through Huntron Workstation only
|Number of Frequencies plus values||40 frequencies: 20Hz to 190Hz in 10Hz steps; 200Hz to 1.9kHz in 100Hz steps; 2kHz to 5kHz in 1kHz steps|
|Range Selection||Stand alone mode: Front panel push buttons and preset LCD buttons |
Remote Mode: Controlled by Huntron Workstation
|Display||Color TFT LCD with Touch screen; LED back light|
|Pulse Generator||Level: 0 to +/- 10V DC or Square wave; Pulse mode width: 2% to 50% duty cycle; Source Resistance: 100Ω; Maximum current: 100mA per channel|
|Front Panel Connections||Banana jacks for A/B Test channels and Common |
Banana jacks for Pulse Generator outputs (G1, G2)
|Rear Panel Connections||BNC connectors for A/B Test channels and Common (used to interface to Access Prober); AUX connector for Footswitch accessory (included)|
|Accessory Name||Accessory Part Number|
|2 Common leads||F-98-0043|
|Huntron ASA Training Course PCA||F-06-3162|
|Product Manuals CD||F-06-5217|
|2 (x) blue clip leads||F-98-0284|
|2 (x) 20 pin DIP clips||F-07-1234|
|2 (x) 40 pin DIP clips||F-07-1230|
|2 (x) 20 pin DIP Clip cables||F-98-0103|
|2 (x) 40 pin DIP clip cables||F-98-0102|
|Huntron Workstation software||F- 06-5228|
Q: What are the primary differences between the Tracker 3200S and ProTrack?
A: There are very few differences. The Tracker 3200S uses a LCD where the ProTrack used a CRT for signature display. The Tracker 3200S uses a combination of front panel and LCD touch screen buttons for range selection where the ProTrack used front panel buttons with an encoder knob. The 3200S has built-in 128 pin scanning capability where the ProTrack needed a ProTrack Scanner for scanning functions. The ProTrack is an obsolete product with limited support making the Tracker 3200S a better long term choice for the future.
Q: What type of accessories can be connected to the Tracker 3200S?
A: The Tracker 3200S can be used alone or with the Huntron Workstation software. The Tracker 3200S can be connected to a Robotic Prober such as the Access Prober, Access 2 Prober or Access DH Prober.
Q: What are the primary differences between the Tracker 3200S and the Tracker 2800/2800S?
A: The Tracker 2800/2800S and the Tracker 3200S are very similar in overall function but their purposes are different. The Tracker 3200S is designed to be used stand alone or connected to optional automation hardware such as Access Probers.
The Tracker 2800/2800S is intended for benchtop use where additional automation is not needed. The Tracker 3200S includes the Workstation software where it is optional with the Tracker 2800/2800S. The Tracker 2800/2800s has a scaled down selection of ranges. The Tracker Model 3200S has the full compliment of ranges available with Huntron Workstation. The Tracker 3200S can scan up to 128 with selectable common pins where the Tracker 2800S can scan up to 40 pins using a single common.