1310T Temperature Resistance Standard

Measurements International is proudly presenting a new device – 1310T Temperature Resistance Standard.

Among the main features of 1310T belong:

  • 6 resistors values – 10 Ω, 25 Ω, 100 Ω, 200 Ω, 400 Ω and 1000 Ω
  • 4-terminal built-in scanner eliminating the need for external scanner
  • Housed in temperature controlled internal chamber
  • Internally mounted temperature sensor PT100
  • Standard 2-year warranty

All other details are specified and described in a new Datasheet, see the attachment.

New model 9300 Air Bath has been launched

We proudly present the new model 9300 series of Air Baths has been completely redesigned to provide customers with a convenient and inexpensive way to maintain the temperature of air resistors in the calibration laboratory.

The focus in the redesign was around the heating and cooling rate as well as the overall performance of the unit.

It is large enough to house several standard air resistors and features an adjustable shelf to permit easy access to the standards. These shelves are easily removable in order to accommodate two pieces of ESI type SR104 standard in the bath.

The bath is small and rugged and may be moved about easily.

CIM2021 – Invitation to Exhibition

The International Metrology Congress will be held 7-9 September in Lyon (France), in partnership with Measurement World exhibition and on the same dates and location as Global Industrie exhibition.

We sincerely invite you and your company representatives to visit our booth NO. 2J99

The Congress is dedicated to the best industrial practices, and advances in R&D applied to measurements, analysis and testing processes: this unique meeting is the meeting between science, industry and institutional organisations of metrology.


R. Lapuh, “Sampling with 3458A”, ISBN 978-961-94476-0-4 – New price

Book from Mr. Rado Lapuh, author with many years of experience in the field of electrical metrology, “Sampling with 3458A; Understanding, Programming, Sampling and Signal Processing”.

The subject of this book is high-end multimeter model 3458A, first introduced by Hewlett Packard in 1988. This instrument stands out from other multimeters due to its features, such as its self-calibration capability, the linearity of its ADC and its high-speed sampling modes. Three decades after its introduction, the 3458A is still unrivalled in some of its characteristics. In electrical measurements, sampling methods are superseding more and more of the traditional analogue bridge techniques. This book explains and describes the sampling capabilities of the 3458A multimeter and it gives many examples of its applications.

Ideal use as a knowledge support of staff at metrological laboratories around the world, see the PDF sample:

For availability and price offer contact us or visit our website to learn more information:

Price: 67,00 Eur/1 pc (without VAT)

New Calibrator and DVM standards

Introducing the 1300 series of calibrator and DVM support standards. These new products are designed to save time, space, and offer more automation for calibrator and DVM cal. stations.

1330A

Automated Artifact Calibrator

  • Primary 1Ω, 10kΩ and 10V Reference
  • Three standards in Temperature Controlled Chamber
  • Direct Plug-in Cable to 57XXA or 8.5 Digit DVM Terminals
  • Front Panel or GPIB Controlled to select Output
  • Front Panel Display showing Calibration Data
  • Battery Backup Option >72 hours

1310A

Automated Resistance Standard

  • 9 Resistors: 1Ω, 10Ω, 100Ω, 1kΩ, 10kΩ, 100kΩ, 1MΩ, 10MΩ, 100M, + 1 External Channel
  • Front Panel or GPIB Controlled
  • Single Output Cable for Direct Plug-in
  • Maintained in Temperature Controlled Chamber
  • Designed for Support of Calibrators and DVM’s

1340A

High Precision Voltage Divider

  • Sub-ppm Ration Uncertainties
  • 100:1, 10:1 Divider Outputs (1000:1 Optional)
  • Voltages to 1000 Volts
  • Maintained in Temperature Controlled Chamber
  • Designed for Support of Calibrators and DVM’s
  • Ratio Uncertainty 0.2 μV/V and 0.4 μV/V
  • Output Compared to 10V Lab Reference
  • No Self-Alignment Required

New Series of Wattmeters / Power Analyzers

Measurements International is pleased to announce the release of a new series of Wattmeters / Power Analyzers. The new 202x series offers customers four different models. Based on a new proprietary sampling method the new series of Wattmeters / Power Analyzers provide the world’s most accurate measurements with the best accuracy of < 0.0025 %.

The 2020A/2023A series is the latest development from Measurements International. They represent a new proprietary sampling method for the precise measurement of electrical power for applications including product efficiency testing, transformer testing, and other power conversion products. Developed as a power analyzer in a self-contained standard or in a transformer loss measurement system.

The single phase version model 2020A is offered in the standard wattmeter version or can be purchased as the 2020A-XP extended performance for full power analyzer applications. It features total harmonic distortion analysis, complete waveform analysis, and phasor analytical representation.

The new 3-phase version model 2023A is offered in two different versions also. A 3-phase wattmeter 2023A, or the model 2023A-XP version power analyzer. The 2023A-XP is a 3-phase power analyzer that has the additional features of total harmonic distortion analysis, complete waveform analysis, and phasor analytical representation.

For More Information Contact: sales@mintl.com

Data Sheet: 2020A Wattmeter / Power Analyzer Series
2023A Power Analyzer Series

MI Releases New Cryogen-Free QHR System

Measurements International is pleased to announce the release of a new Cryogen-Free Quantum Hall Resistance System. The new 6800C offers customers the ability to eliminate the need for liquid helium, while providing them with a dual sample QHR system compatible with both Gallium and Graphene QHR samples.

After years of partnership with the National Research Council of Canada (NRCC) and a new cooperation with The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Measurements International can offer customers the world’s most advanced QHR system.

System Features Include

  • Cryogen-Free
  • System Accuracy to < 0.02 ppm
  • Built in Rxx (uVolt) Measurements in ADCC Bridge
  • Built in Rxx (nVolt) Measurements in ADCC Bridge
  • 9 Tesla Standard System Magnet
  • Up to 14 Tesla Available
  • No Liquid Helium Required
  • Stable Controlled Sample Environment
  • Temperature Range 1.3 K to 300 K
  • Low Operating Costs
  • Direct Transfer to 1 kΩ and 10 kΩ Standards
  • System Range 0.1 Ω to 100 kΩ
  • Graphene Compatible
  • Features AccuBridge® Technology
  • Dual Sample Probe

For More Information Contact: sales@mintl.com

Data Sheet: Available Here