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  • Sound Level Calibrators

    PeakTech Prüf- und Messtechnik GmbH

    For sound level measurements in extreme conditions, at high altitudes or high demands on the accuracy of the measurement results, sound level meters should be checked prior to the measurement with a sound level calibrator. Also for calibration and verification of microphones in audio technology, you need a sound level calibrator, which is designed to produce several sound pressure levels at a fixed frequency characteristic. This calibrator has two switchable calibration steps.

  • Dew Point

    Xentaur

    Dew point and moisture content plays a large role in the quality, shelf life, pricing, weight, and ability to process many products. COSA offers intuitive, easy-to-use moisture analyzers ideal for quality control, production and in-process control of many industries, such as pharmaceutical, chemical, plastics, and the food and beverage industries.  With user-friendly interface, our multi-functional dew point meters are fast and accurate with low maintenance.

  • Thermopile Power Sensors

    Newport Electronics

    Thermopile optical power sensors are based on thermocouples. A thermocouple consists of two dissimilar metals connected in series. To detect radiation, one metal junction is typically blackened to absorb the radiation. The temperature rise of this junction with respect to another non-irradiated junction generates a voltage. Our thermopile power sensors offer broadband, spectrally flat response, and calibrated plug and play operation with our optical power meters.

  • 94dB Sound Calibrator - 1kHz Professional Calibrator for 0.5" or 1.0" Microphones

    Extech Instruments Corporation

    This 1kHz, 94dB professional sound calibrator for 0.5" or 1.0" microphones calibrates and verifies sound level meter operation. Battery test position with battery status LED indicates if battery is good. Durable die-cast aluminum housing generates a 1kHz sine wave at 94dB to an accuracy of 5% (frequency) and ±0.5dB (94dB). Meets IEC standard 60942 1997-11. Complete with two 9V batteries, carrying case, and screwdriver.

  • Penetration Stem Dial Thermometer - Measures Temperature in Air, Liquids, and Semi-Solids

    392050 - Extech Instruments Corporation

    The 392050 is a Penetration Stem Dial Thermometer that has a temperature range of-58 to 302 Degrees F (-50 to 150°C) and an accuracy of +/-2 Degrees F. Ideal for use in liquids, semi-solids, and solids. It features a 5-Inch stainless steel shaft with a 2-Inch dial, an On/Off switch, and Auto power off after an hour. Meter includes 1.5V battery button and protective plastic sheath with pocket clip.

  • E-Series Average Power Sensor

    E9300B - Keysight Technologies

    Measure the average power of all modulation formats Wide dynamic range power measurements from -30 dBm to +44 dBm Frequency range 10 MHz to 18 GHzLow SWR for reducing mismatch uncertainty Calibration factors, linearity and temperature compensation data stored in EEPROM Compatible with EPM (new N1913A/ 14A, E4418B/ 19B), EPM-P (E4416A/ 17A) and P-series (N1911A/ 12A) power meters

  • E-Series Average Power Sensor

    E9300H - Keysight Technologies

    Measure the average power of all modulation formats Wide dynamic range power measurements from -50 dBm to +30 dBm Frequency range 10 MHz to 18 GHzLow SWR for reducing mismatch uncertainty Calibration factors, linearity and temperature compensation data stored in EEPROM Compatible with EPM (new N1913A/ 14A, E4418B/ 19B), EPM-P (E4416A/ 17A) and P-series (N1911A/ 12A) power meters

  • Wide Dynamic Range Power Sensor, E-Series

    E4412A - Keysight Technologies

    Fast measurement speed, up to 400 readings per second with the E4416AWide dynamic range (-70 dBm to +20 dBm)Calibration factors, linearity ana temperature compensations data stored in EEPROM Excellent SWR for reducing mismatch uncertainty Accurate calibration and traceability to NIST Compatible with EPM (new N1913A/ 14A, E4418B/ 19B), EPM-P (E4416A/ 17A) and P-series (N1911A/ 12A) power meters

  • Function Generators

    Shanghai MCP Corp

    Respective dual channels function/arbitrary waveform generator. Sine wave output up to 160MHz, full-band resolution of 1μHz. Pulse waveform up to 50MHz (or 40MHz), adjustable time of rising, falling and duty ratio. Sampling rate of 500MSa/s and vertical resolution of 16bit. 6-bit high-precision frequency meter compatible with TTL level signal. Arbitrary wave storage of 8~32M points, 7GB non-volatile waveform storage. Multi modulation function::AM,FM,PM, ASK,FSK,PSK, BPSK, QPSK,OSK,PWM, QAM, SUM . 16bit digital arbitrary wave (TTL level) DARB. 16th Harmonic Generation Function. Protocol output: I2C, SPI, UART (TTL level). 8 Inch high-resolution TFT color LCD,WVGA(800×480). Standard interface: USB Host, USB Device, LAN, 10MHz clock source input/output. Frequency sweep and burst output. Easy-to-use multi-functional knob and numeric keypad

  • OTDR

    AQ1000 - Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corp.

    Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Corporation will add an entry-level model, the AQ1000, to its range of OTDR (Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer) test instruments. The new model will be launched for sale outside Japan on April 13th. The new instrument complements the company’s mid-range AQ1200 Series and the high-end AQ7280 Series, and is specifically designed to increase the productivity of field personnel working on the installation and deployment of optical access networks such as Fiber To The Home (FTTH): the so-called “last mile” to consumers’ premises. The worldwide use of these optical access networks is increasing dramatically as the FTTH network structure is more and more adopted by the telecom operators, and optical fibers replace the copper cables in each household. Consequently, more and more installers will be working on fiber-optic deployment over the last mile. These installers will not need high-end OTDRs capable of measuring over hundreds of kilometers in the core network. Instead, they will need affordable OTDRs equipped with all the features which can make their job easier and faster: instruments like the Yokogawa AQ1000.

  • 250-Contact digital Thermometer

    Digital 250 - Pyrometer Instrument Company

    The Pyrometer Digital 250-Contact digital thermometer is a rugged portable easy to read thermocouple pyrometer that utilizes interchangeable, reusable thermocouple tips on contact temperature measurement applications. These digital thermometer pyrometers are ideal for temperature sensor measurement using thermocouple thermometer K type thermocouples. Instrument temperature display accuracy to ± 0.3% of reading. The Digital 250 digital thermometer meter comes complete in a durable aluminum housing and is ready to use with a wide variety of thermocouples. The extension arm is constructed of 5/8″ chrome plated Brass Tubing. There are two versions of extension arms to choose from, either a direct connected 12″ long rigid arm or if you are taking temperature measurements in an awkward or hard to reach position, there is a flexible extension arm with a 12″ rigid arm that includes a bicycle grip type handle connected to 30″ stainless steel interconnecting armor cable to your Digital 250 for taking high temperature measurements in any position at a safe and comfortable distance.

  • 6000 Series Digital I/O Modules

    Pacific Instruments, Inc.

    Series 6000 digital I/O modules record signals from frequency counters, flow meters, encoders, discrete transducers, IRIG time, etc. which are often part of the test environment. These digital signals are time aligned and recorded alongside the system’s analog measurements. High density digital inputs provide an opportunity to easily include facility controls like switches, valve positions, relays, lights, etc. along with the test data. Series 6000 digital I/O modules also provide outputs generated by user command or automatically by Sequence, Alarms or DSP. User generated outputs are accomplished in software while sequencers can be programmed prior to a test and initiated by program or hardware control. Alarm conditions preprogrammed on the analog side can automatically generate digital outputs which are typically connected to facility control systems or PLCs. A DSP adds powerful real-time processing and is appropriate for PID control loops, derived parameter calculations and a variety of other real-time operations.

  • Test Bench for Starters and Alternators

    MS004 COM - MSG Equipment

    Compact tabletest bench is used for quick and quality diagnostics of starters, alternators and voltage regulators without applying any additional measuring devices. The test bench possess high power, thus, units can be diagnosed under different loads. The equipment has small dimensions, it can be placed both in small service centers and big shops specialized in selling equipment.The bench includes the following diagnostic functions: testing of 12V and 24V alternators under load, 12V and 24V voltage regulators, 12V and 24V starters in idle running mode.Power supply is single-phase 220V, thus, there is no need industrial power supply.The device carries out testing of different alternators under load up to 100A.Connection of the 2nd battery is conducted from outside to the terminals on the bench body to achieve power supply of 24V for more convenient connection. Thus, usage of the 2nd battery is optional.New algorithms of testing have been implemented, meter accuracy has also been improved.

  • Thermitest

    THW-L2 - Thermtest Instruments

    Designed with speed and operational simplicity in mind, the Transient Hot Wire (THW-L2) Liquid Thermal Conductivity Meter is an advanced measurement system for direct determination of the thermal conductivity of liquids and pastes in accordance with ASTM D7896-19. In less than 2 seconds, a single measurement of small volumes of liquids and pastes can be accurately and precisely measured for thermal conductivity. Using a non-stationary measurement approach, the THW-L2 uses rapid test times to limit convective effects for samples with a wide range of viscosities. The THW sensor consists of a 60 mm heating wire that is fully inserted into an isothermal sample. A constant current source (q) is used to heat the sensor wire and the temperature rise is recorded by monitoring the change in electrical resistance of the wire. The slope (m) is determined from the plot of temperature rise vs. logarithm of time and is used in the calculation of thermal conductivity (λ). Liquid samples of high thermal conductivity will have a lower slope, while liquid samples with low thermal conductivity will have a higher slope.

  • Vector/Magnitude Gaussmeter

    VGM - Alpha Lab, Inc.

    The Vector Gaussmeter displays the true magnitude of the field at any location as well as the X, Y, Z components of up to 800 gauss. Also separately displays peak values of X, Y, Z, and magnitude. There is a sound alarm that determines the locations where the field magnitude exceeds user-set threshold. Because magnitude is measured, the orientation of the sensor (E-W, N-S, and up-down) is not important; this is unlike a 1-axis gaussmeter. With the VGM the user can set the alarm to 15 gauss (for example) and it will sound (simultaneous with a red light) whenever the field exceeds 15 gauss for at least 5 milliseconds. Using the meter this way, it is easy to make a map of the 15 gauss line (or for whatever threshold is set) around a strong magnet. When using the alarm, of a steel part can be rapidly scanned to show if any areas exceed the set threshold. Then the "peak hold" function can be interrogated, showing the peak values of X, Y, Z (including polarity) and magnitude that occurred during the scan. Peak hold also has a 5 millisecond response time.

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