I-V curve tracer configuration features
. Complete solutions engineered for optimum price and performance
. Field upgradable and reconfigurable — convert your your curve tracer to a reliability or wafer sort tester
. Configurable power levels:
. From 200V to 3kV
. From 1A to 100A
. Wide dynamic range:
. From µV to 3kV
. From fA to 100A
. Full range of capacitance-voltage (C-V) capability:
. fF to µF
. Supports 2-, 3-, and 4-terminal devices
. Up to 3kV DC bias
. High performance test fixture supports a range of package types
. Probe station interface supports most probe types including HV triax, SHV coax, standard triax, and others
I-V curve tracer FAQs
What is I-V curve tracing?
I-V curve tracing is the process of analyzing current-voltage (I-V) characteristics of semiconductor devices for failure analysis and parametric characterization.
What does a curve tracer do?
A curve tracer is an electronic test device used to perform I-V curve tracing and analyze the characteristics of semiconductor devices such as diodes, transistors, and thyristors. Though curve tracers aren’t generally sold today, engineers can use I-V curve tracer software and other instruments on their bench to run the same tests as a curve tracer.
How does an I-V curve tracer work?
I-V curve tracers or I-V curve tracer configurations operate by varying a parameter, then measuring a separate parameter to produce data for analysis.