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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
309 Newark / element14 B&K PRECISION Not Provided B&K PRECISION - 309 - DIGITAL EARTH RESISTANCE METER; 2000 OHM
FLUKE-1630 Newark / element14 FLUKE Not Provided FLUKE - FLUKE-1630 - DIGITAL GROUND RESISTANCE METER; 1500 OHM
SRMETER Allied Electronics, Inc. 3M STATIC Not Provided Meter, Surface Resistance; 9 Volt Battery; 6.2 Oz.; 115 x 69 x 26 mm
6517B Newark / element14 KEITHLEY Not Provided KEITHLEY - 6517B - ELECTROMETER / HIGH RESISTANCE METER
CR50A Newark / element14 AMPROBE INSTRUMENTS Not Provided AMPROBE INSTRUMENTS - CR50A - CAPACITANCE/RESISTANCE METER
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