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Tinsley Precision Instruments

Features

  • Ratio range from 0.75 to 10,000:1
  • Full automated measurement
  • Features unique vector group detection
  • Measuring voltage from 8V to 160V selectable or used from external source (8V .. 240V)
  • Display shows ratio, phase angle, deviance and magnetising current
  • Internal card reader supports handling parameter chip cards for.../li>
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An accurate mains/battery powered portable 200A Micro-Ohmmeter. Using the 4 terminal measurement technique the Tinsley 5898 gives basic accuracy of 0.2% and an overall resistance range of 0.1 µOhm to 6 Ohm.

With an internal mains re-chargeable battery supply the Tinsley 5898 may be used "in the field" for periods of up to 8 hours without requiring recharging. A standard RS23... Read more...

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An accurate mains/battery powered portable 100A Micro-Ohmmeter. Using the 4 terminal measurement technique the Tinsley 5897 gives basic accuracy of 0.2% and an overall resistance range of 0.1 µOhm to 40 Ohm.

With an internal mains re-chargeable battery supply the Tinsley 5897 may be used "in the field" for periods of up to 8 hours without requiring recharging. A standard RS2... Read more...

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Specifically designed to measure the resistance of highly inductive loads such as transformers, motors and generators. Transformers up to 500 MVA and above can be measured. Read more...

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The Tinsley type 5867 uses a wound component's "Q" to give an indication of the quality of the component. It is used to compare the electrical characteristics between windings, either between a known good example and a unit under test or between phases of a three phase device. Read more...

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