TEGAM, Inc. is a privately held company specializing in the manufacture and support of a wide variety of test, measurement, and calibration instruments. The company was founded in 1979 by Terry Gambill.
TEGAM Models 252 and 253 are used for evaluating and inspecting components. These meters provide direct, digital display of inductance, capacitance, resistance, conductance and dissipation. They have the versatility and basic measurement accuracy of 0.25%, to satisfy demanding engineering and inspection applications, while being extremely easy to use.
A professional electronic test and measurement designer and manufacturer. GWInstek Started in 1975, designs, manufactures and markets data acquisition and control instruments for both device and production/assembly testing.
Other products include Digital Oscilloscope, Programmable Linear DC Power Supply and Component Tester. The rangel range of scopes, spectrum analyzers, function generators, power supplies and safety testers too.
The LCR-8000G Series LCR meter, with test frequency up to 10MHz, provides accuracy, versatility and high resolution for a wide range of component measurements, even including DC resistance measurement and Voltage/Current monitoring.
SpenceTek markets and services high quality test and measurement instruments manufactured by Topward Electric Instruments.
Products of Topward include DC power supplies with a total of 68 models for voltage up to 60V and current up to 10A. Function Generators and Digital Multimeters. Digital Ammeters, Watt-meters and Frequency Counters. They also have Oscilloscopes and LCR Meters.
Designs and manufactures advanced electronic test and measurement equipment. Products they make include Power Supplies, Programmable power supply, Function generator, Arbitrary generator, Pulse generators, RF spectrum analyzer, DMM, LCR Meter and harmonic analyzers.
The LD400 is an inexpensive 400 watt electronic load which is suitable for testing and characterising a wide variety of dc power sources. LD400 – DC Electronic Load – TTi
Its wide voltage/current range, multiple operating modes and built-in transient generator give it the versatility to offer test solutions from the design laboratory through to the component test area.
The LD400 can operate at voltages below 500mV for currents up to 10 amps. At higher currents the fixed minimum resistance (typically better than 25milliOhms) gradually raises the minimum operating voltage, but it remains below 1 volt up to 40 amps and below 2 volts up to 80 amps.
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SR715 and SR720 have built-in features to aid in component sorting. This is especially useful for production testing, incoming inspection, device matching, or when you need to test multiple devices of similar value. The meters allow you to sort components into as many as ten different bins.