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Test the Future

Tektronix delivers more speed & lowest noise for increased measurement confidence with the 6 Series MSO Mixed Signal Oscilloscope. The first midrange scope with 8 GHz bandwidth and 25 GS/s sample rate simultaneously on all 4 channels saves embedded systems designers time, protects investments.

Rent it. Lease it. Own it.

Get the Technology You Need to Grow Today. Finance your Test Equipment with us and discover the benefits.

Financing can help you focus on your critical business needs, accelerate
innovation and improve overall business performance.

Tektronix Bustour Sweden and Benelux

The CNRood / Tektronix bus tour is coming to you !

Live demos, chat, discuss, enjoy
Come and visit us for an informal chat, see live demos of our solutions, such as power conversion and efficiency, High Speed Serial, Characterisation of Power Semiconductor Devices and advanced research or take the opportunity to discuss any technical queries you have with our experts.

On Tour
The Tektronix/CN Rood Team will be on tour and stopping at many locations to see you! Just click here to see more

Visual IR Thermometers

Pocket-Sized, Toolbox Ready

Stop searching and start solving issues faster. Fluke Visual IR Thermometers:

  • Are intuitive enough to use right out of the box
  • Uncover potential issues instantly
  • Are specifically designed to fit in your pocket
  • Add infrared inspection services to your business at breakthrough affordability

With just one button, simultaneously save a digital image with an infrared heat map overlay, instantly giving you the ability to communicate the exact location of problems and prove repairs need to be made. Fluke Visual IR Thermometers often pay for themselves by finding a single hidden issue.

Power Quality

An innovative R&D project led by Berkeley Lab researchers that combines cybersecurity, machine learning algorithms and commercially available power system sensor technology to better protect the electric power grid has sparked interest from U.S. utilities, power companies and government officials.