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Utilizing a four-lead Kelvin method of testing, the Model Micro-Ohmmeter accurately measures very low resistance within 0. The Model has selectable test currents of 10A, 1A, mA and 10mA and includes a polarity reversal function.
The Model is designed to conduct tests on both resistive and inductive material. Up to 99 measurements can be stored and printed directly to a printer or from a PC. The front end of the micro-ohmmeter employs a four-wire Kelvin configuration, which eliminates test lead resistance for a measurement accuracy of 0.
A built-in circuit filters out AC signals. The Micro-ohmmeter Model is packaged in a sealed field case well suited for shop and field use. The large, easy-to-read liquid crystal display is 2. It displays the value of resistance, current or voltage test, polarity and battery charge. For operator safety and instrument protection, the micro-ohmmeter is fuse protected at the inputs. One fuse, accessible from the front panel, protects against stored energy in inductive loads.
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AEMC 6240 Micro-ohmmeter
The Communication dialog box will appear. Make sure that the communication port displayed in the dialog box matches the port that the serial cable is plugged into. Figure 4. Once the proper communication parameters have been speci- fied click OK. Page Configuring The Instrument Read from Instrument: Reads the current configuration of the micro-ohmmeter attached via the communications cable. Once all of the fields have been configured click on the Write to Instrument button to configure the instrument and close the Configuration dialog box.
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AEMC 6240 Low Resistance Micro-Ohmmeter Ductor Tester