Audio Test Equipment for TV facilities, studios, post production, hobbyists, and more
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
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.
Datacom Testing and Telecommunication Equipment covers a broad spectrum of test equipment such as IT networking, datacom cabling, and telcom networks
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
Laser Distance Meters and Ultrasonic Distance Meters are terrific and affordable alternatives to a tape measure for distance measurements.
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
Environmental Testers measure environmental elements such as humidity, air flow, temperature, water quality, and more
Signal Generators are used in various industries to create signals that simulate behavior of system. Frequency Counters are instruments for measuring frequency
TEquipment offers a great selection of HVAC Equipment and Instruments for the HVAC/R technician
LCR Meters, capacitance meters, impedance analyzers, inductance analyzers test components and materials in a variety of research and design applications and in component manufacturing
Microscopes magnify objects too small to see with the naked eye. While there are several types of microscopes, our focus at TEquipment is on optical microscopes and fiber optic scopes
Multimeters are the instrument of choice when you need to measure voltage, current, or resistance
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
Panel meters display input signals from sensors measuring voltage, amperage, pressure, flow, and other variables
Power Supplies deliver electric power to a device or circuit (Electrical Load), usually by stepping down a higher voltage
Test instruments for Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and Preventative Maintenance (PM) programs, such as for Rotating Equipment
Prototyping products are used by students, professionals, and hobbyist to build experimental models
Radiometry is a broad field encompassing all techniques for measuring electromagnetic radiation, including the measure of visible light
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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Tools are devices, often handheld, used by professionals and hobbyists to make their tasks easier and more efficient
TEquipment has all the Video Distribution Equipment needed to split, convert, scale, switch, display, multi-window, and more for the Video professional
Waveform Monitors, Rasterizers, and Video Signal Generators are used in the broadcast industry for troubleshooting, testing, and synchronization of television and video systems
Voltage and Continuity Testers and also Non-Contact Voltage and Current Detectors are some of the most basic electrical circuit testing tools
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Velleman has been developing electronics for over 40 years. They are currently based in Belgium but have established offices in Spain, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, China, Taiwan, and the USA. However, their products are currently distributed throughout 85 countries. Velleman also owns subsidiary brands HQ Power and Perel. Their current line contains over 18,000 products, of which a large portion is test and measurement equipment and tools for electrical applications.