Professional Test & Measurement Instruments
AEMC Instruments was founded in 1893. The AEMC product line currently includes measurement probes, power quality analyzers, ground resistance testers (such as AEMC's revolutionary tower testing system), insulation resistance testers, clamp-on meters, transformer ratiometers, power quality meters, harmonic power meters, data loggers, lightmeters, oscilloscopes, and cable testers. The company is currently based in Foxborough, Massachusetts with NIST calibration and repair services in Dover, New Hampshire.
AEMC is the subsidiary of Chauvin Arnoux, a corporation founded in 1893. The company has a history of major inventions and patents in the test and measurement industry. Among these patents are the universal tester (the parent of the multimeter), the ammeter clamp, and the first ever light (exposure) meter for photographers. In addition to AEMC, Chauvin Arnoux owns brands such as Metrix, Pyro-Contrôle, Enerdis, Oritel and Radio Contrôle. These brands cover Chauvin Arnoux's 3 major divisions: test & measurement, power measurement & control, and temperature measurement & control.
Current statistics (Chauvin Arnoux):
- 1,250 employees
- 8 subsidiaries
- 2,200 distribution partners
- 8 industrial sites
- Over 350 patents
- 6 accredited metrology laboratories
- 5 R&D centers
- More than 150,000 products manufactured each month