Micro-Ohmmeter conducts inductive and resistive tests.
Press Release Summary:
Producing results within 0.05%, 10 A Model 6250 utilizes 4-lead Kelvin method for testing resistance. Measurements are automatically calculated, taking into account measurement value, ambient temperature, metal type, and metal temperature coefficient. Test modes include resistive, inductive, and auto. Suited for plant maintenance and field use, unit stores up to 1,500 measurements and can route data to printer or PC.
Original Press Release:
AEMC® Introduces 10A Micro-Ohmmeter
The 10A Micro-Ohmmeter Model 6250 is a rugged, low resistance tester designed for both plant maintenance and field use. Utilizing a four-lead Kelvin method of testing, the Model 6250 is the most accurate Micro-Ohmmeter available, with results within 0.05%.
Resistance measurements are automatically calculated, taking into account the measurement value, ambient temperature, metal type and metal temperature coefficient. Metal temperature can be manually entered by the operator or directly measured by the Model 6250 with an optional RTD temperature probe.
The Model 6250 is uniquely designed to conduct tests on both resistive; and inductive material, with operator selection directly from the front panel. Three test modes are available; resistive (instantaneous test), inductive (continuous test) and auto (repetitive tests). Up to 1500 measurements can be stored and printed directly to a printer or from a PC.
John Olobri, Director of Sales & Marketing