A Decade Box houses several precision resistors, capacitors, or coils organized in decades of ten
Signal Generators are used in various industries to create signals that simulate behavior of system. Frequency Counters are instruments for measuring frequency
LCR Meters, capacitance meters, impedance analyzers, inductance analyzers test components and materials in a variety of research and design applications and in component manufacturing
Logic Analyzers display multiple digital signals in a circuit and are ideally suited for complex hardware/software debugging
Multimeters are the instrument of choice when you need to measure voltage, current, or resistance
Power Supplies deliver electric power to a device or circuit (Electrical Load), usually by stepping down a higher voltage
Universal device programmers are used to program new chips as well as copy chips for backup and repair. IC testers are used to test integrated circuits. RAM testers are used to check random access memory on devices such as computers
Prototyping products are used by students, professionals, and hobbyist to build experimental models
Soldering is the process of bonding two or more metal items by filling the joint with a material called solder
Thermometers are temperature measuring instruments. Two main categories are contact type and infrared
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Watt Meters measure single and three phase power usage (kW). May also have data logging and memory min/max, hold, and peak hold functions
Moisture Meters measure the moisture in a variety of materials such as wood, concrete, grain, and more
Panel meters display input signals from sensors measuring voltage, amperage, pressure, flow, and other variables
The Electrical Parts and Products in this category are used in a variety of electrical applications, including wire management, wire pulling, troubleshooting and more
Enclosures and boxes are designed to hold electrical equipment and come in a variety of styles, sizes, and materials to suit each application
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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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Global Specialties was founded in 1973. They are best known for their innovative integrated teaching and training systems. These systems follow the idea of education through application, which ensures a student receives the best training in electronics that is possible. The company also offers prototyping and robotic trainer systems. Global Specialties other primary focus is on test and measurement. In this area they offer power supplies, function generators, digital multimeters, and logic analysis products, all of which conform to a high quality standard.
Global Specialties training equipment includes a variety of breadboard design trainers. These lightweight and durable trainers can be used by students as well as professionals in R&D labs and service/repair facilities. Global Specialties also offers Analog & Digital Electronic Design Workstations. These devices are powerful tools that display current settings, allow for real-time view and control from a PC, and feature a removable breadboard for easy use by multiple students in a classroom.
Test equipment is the other primary focus of Global Specialties. The company manufactures a wide range of AC and DC power supplies. Many of these units incorporate special features such as triple isolated continuously variable outputs, 3-digit LED displays, built-in analog voltmeters and current meters, surge suppression, and an output overload trip feature. Perhaps the company’s most versatile product, the 9004 Four-in-One multi-tester combines a frequency generator, frequency counter, function generator, and DC power supply into one unit without compromising each module’s individual performance. Global Specialties also supplies high-quality function and pulse generators. Function generators feature fast rates up to 10MHz and low rise and fall time. Pulse generators feature four modes, symmetrical square wave outputs, and independent settings for pulse width and spacing.