Multimeters are the instrument of choice when you need to measure voltage, current, or resistance
Megohmmeters, or Insulation Resistance (IR) Testers, are used to measure the resistance, integrity and safety of electrical wiring insulation
A Clamp Meter combines a current clamp with the basic functions of a digital multimeter, also called DMM. Clamp the "jaw" around a conductor to measure current.
An Oscilloscope is an instrument that is used as a graph displaying device of an electrical signal. The graph will show how signals change over time
The measurement of power and power quality includes basic parameters of voltage, current, watts (kW, VA, VAR) or energy (kVAh, VARh, kWh)
Micro-Ohmmeters, Milliohmmeters, and Megohmmeters measure resistance in different ranges and applications
Phase Sequence and Motor Rotation Testers determine the phase rotation of energized circuits and the rotation of motors
Ground Testing Instruments offer a comprehensive solution to ground rod resistance and soil resistivity (4 point) requirements
Voltage and Continuity Testers and also Non-Contact Voltage and Current Detectors are some of the most basic electrical circuit testing tools
GFCI Receptacle Testers and Line Splitters/Separators
Wire Tracers, Circuit Breaker Locators, and Circuit Identifiers are basic electrical tools to verify power presence and troubleshooting
Thermometers are temperature measuring instruments. Two main categories are contact type and infrared
Process Calibration Equipment refers to test equipment used to calibrate process instrumentation, particularly temperature, pressure, and process signals (ex. Pulse, 4-20 mA, 0-10 VDC)
Power Supplies deliver electric power to a device or circuit (Electrical Load), usually by stepping down a higher voltage
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Indoor Air Quality, or IAQ, refers to the study, monitoring, remediation, and prevention of indoor pollutants and particles that cause discomfort and even health problems in homes and businesses
Environmental Testers measure environmental elements such as humidity, air flow, temperature, water quality, and more
A Borescope or Boroscope is ideal for non-destructive visual inspection of inaccessible areas
Test instruments for Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and Preventative Maintenance (PM) programs, such as for Rotating Equipment
Dataloggers (or Data Logger, Data Recorder, Data Acquisition) refers to electronics designed to capture analog signals or measurements over time for study and review later
Light Meters / Illuminance Meters measure the amount of visible incident light illuminates a surface from a variety of light sources
Gas detection equipment sense the presence of one or more gases near the detector. Gas detection is used in a variety of industries and has a number of applications
Force Gauges measure push/pull (tension/compression) forces
LCR Meters, capacitance meters, impedance analyzers, inductance analyzers test components and materials in a variety of research and design applications and in component manufacturing
Thickness Gauges meaure thickness, the distance between two surfaces of objects ranging from metals, glass, plastic, coatings, and more.
Laser Distance Meters and Ultrasonic Distance Meters are terrific and affordable alternatives to a tape measure for distance measurements.
A Decade Box houses several precision resistors, capacitors, or coils organized in decades of ten
Microwave Leakage Detectors test ovens for microwave leaks
Datacom Testing and Telecommunication Equipment covers a broad spectrum of test equipment such as IT networking, datacom cabling, and telcom networks
While many test equipment can be used for automotive applications, manufacturers of test equipment have customized accessories and even specifically designed equipment for the automotive market.
To meet the recommendations and requirements of the updated IEEE and NERC standards for battery systems, Battery Testing Equipment has been specifically designed to measure, record and archive your preventive maintenance program
Panel meters display input signals from sensors measuring voltage, amperage, pressure, flow, and other variables
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Tools are devices, often handheld, used by professionals and hobbyists to make their tasks easier and more efficient
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