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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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    Resistance Temperature Detectors / RTD / RTDs What is a Resistance Temperature Detector? Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTD), as the name implies, are sensors used to measure temperature by correlating the resistance of the RTD element with temperature. Most RTD elements consist of a length
  • 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
  • Clamp-On Ground Resistance Testing. Step-by-Step Usage
    The clamp-on ground resistance testing technique offers the ability to measure the resistance without disconnecting the ground. This type of measurement also offers the advantage of including the bonding to ground and the overall grounding connection resistances. AEMC Technical Documentation. Model
  • Designing Energy Meters with the PIC16F873A
    resistance. For this application, based on a. of accumulation. 5000-turn CT, the value of Ki works out to be. Note that anything which might influence the value of. approximately 8.7. Kd is the same as before. the constants may also affect the value of D and. requires changes to the amplifier design
  • The Benefits of Designing & Testing a Low Resistance Grounding System
    conductor. Soil Resistivity Measurements. To determine the conductivity of the soil, a four-point ground meter is utilized (Figure 2). This test requires the user to place four equally spaced auxiliary probes into the earth to determine the actual soil resistance, traditionally in ohms-cm. This test
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  • Uses for Electrical Meters Part 1
    ). These meters can be used to check how much resistance a component in a circuit provides. Another type of this meter is the surface resistivity meter. This can measure the resistance of a surface, which is important for testing ESD-safe mats or work surfaces. Using a surface resistivity meter can help
  • Uses for Electrical Meters Part 2
    testers are also used to monitor ESD-safe equipment. Instead of looking at the air ionization, this tests both personal and workplace grounding systems. This includes items like wrist straps, heel straps, table mats, and floor mats. Typically they can tell you how high or low the resistance

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