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  • Using the ECOLEC Series 100 Meters as a CT Operated Meter (.pdf)

    measurement. inaccuracies. The meter does not detect this condition and it appears to operate normally as the internal. impedance of the meter power supplies will establish a pseudo neutral potential. Trace the routing of the. neutral wire thoroughly. • Connection of a phase voltage to the Neutral pole

  • Resistance and Capacitance Meter Using a PIC 16C622

    are ideal for designs having size constraints. Resistance and Capacitance Meter Using a PIC16C622. M. AN611. Resistance and Capacitance Meter Using a PIC16C622. This family of devices also introduce on-chip brown-out. Author: Rodger Richey. reset circuitry and a filter on the reset input (MCLR

  • Using the SLMS Output of the ECOLEC Series 100 Meters (.pdf)

    of power and meter information. The output mode of the meter is determined by the value of a mode selecting resistance applied to the LDB. The meter checks this impedance once every second and dynamically alters its output mode accordingly. N L. Output. Serial. kWh. No. Load side. Mode. Data. Pulses

  • Medical Device Link .

    , and dissipation. INSTRUMENT ADVANCES In the past, the instruments used to perform impedance tests were either meter types, which measured voltage or current and left it to the operator to calibrate the impedance quantities, or bridge (null) types, which required an adjustment and indicated

  • Capacitor Engineering Bulletin: Polarization and Leakage Current Characterizations of High Voltage, Film Capacitors

    of the. S. S. S. (ESL). (ESR). capacitor, or the value of the ESR at a. particular AC frequency (e.g. 100 kHz),. V. usually measured with a bridge, LCR. meter, or impedance analyzer at about. I. 1 V. These are definitions which make. δ. ωCS. it easy to measure the ESR but may be. θ. inadequate to describe

  • Medical Device Link .

    with a zero-volt input. Four high-impedance differential input voltage ranges are available: +-200 mV, and +-2, +-20, and +-200 V. Factory calibration prior to encapsulation guarantees +-2 counts (0.1%) of full-scale accuracy. Temperature stability is +-0.15 counts per degree centigrade. The meter

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Wayne Kerr Electronics
Precision Impedance Analyzers 6500B Series

screen. Clear graphic displays aids measurements. Traditional LCR Meter mode for single and repetitive measurements. Resonance Search. Intuitive user interface. Fully programmable over GPIB. Keyboard and mouse optional control. Competitively priced...

Wayne Kerr Electronics
6500P Series High Frequency LCR Meter

Accuracy and versatility makes the HF LCR Meters the ideal choice for many different tasks and applications in manufacturing and test. The wide range of frequency specifications means that a model can be selected that best meets application requirements and within budget. Precise high frequency impedance measurements. Characterize components from 20Hz to 120 MHz. Wide range of models with maximum frequencies from 5MHz (6505P ) to 120MHz (65120P ). 0.05% basic measurement accuracy. Comprehensive...

North Hills Signal Processing Corp.
Balanced Impedance Adaptor

To facilitate high-accuracy impedance measurements, inputs to Impedance Analyzers and LCR Meters are configured as four-terminal Kelvin connections – two pairs of current and potential terminals. These are usually unbalanced, i.e. one side grounded. To measure balanced impedances requires a balanced to unbalanced converter, usually a balun transformer. The NH16552 includes a balun transformer and features four terminals on the unbalanced side to conveniently interface with the measuring...