December 12, 2016
Highland Technology announces
the latest release in its line of standalone test and measurement modules, the
P620 Resistance Simulator.
The P620 includes six independent, isolated channels that can simulate platinum RTDs and resistances
ranging from 5 Ω to 5 MΩ. It uses entirely solid-state simulation to eliminate transient errors
associated with relay switching and provides for monotonic resistance changes. Any channel may be rerouted,
under software control, to the front-panel calibration-check connector, allowing the board to be tested
for calibration by a precision DVM without disturbing the connections to the equipment under test. The
built-in self test provides an onboard ohmmeter, allowing loopback checking and full automatic self-test.
Both USB and Ethernet interfaces are provided.
About Highland Technology
Founded in 1984, Highland Technology designs and manufactures standard and custom electronics. Highland
provides innovative high-precision analog measurement and signal generation, data acquisition and control
instrumentation, pulse and picosecond timing delay generation, fiberoptic/photonics, and mixed technology
products for demanding aerospace and defense, scientific, and industrial applications.
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Highland owns and occupies a 20,000 square-foot facility
housing engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing, and corporate staff. Highland is an owner-operated,
privately held California corporation. All products are manufactured in-house or by qualified domestic
A Non-Obsolescence Program assures maintenance and provision of product form, fit,
function and support for a minimum of seven years.
Highland Technology, Inc.
18 Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
P: (415) 551-1700
F: (415) 551-5129
Posted December 12, 2016