Test & Measurement

July 2022
Digital Low Resistance Ohmmeter Features Noise Rejection Mode

New Digital Low Resistance Ohmmeter from Megger Features Noise Rejection Mode

­Megger has added to its family of digital low resistance ohmmeters to include the DLRO2X. This enhanced version of the DLRO2 features data storage, test limits and noise rejection test mode.  The DLRO2X is ideal for use in aviation, renewable energy, rail, marine and oil and gas application
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Date:
07/28/2022

Board for Carbon Dioxide Measurement Features an Integrated Prototyping Concept to Test System Behavior

The new XENSIV™ PAS CO2 Shield2Go board is suitable for both air quality monitoring and demand-controlled ventilation for energy savings.

­Poor ventilation can lead to rapid accumulation of CO 2. This is a threat to human well-being, as even moderate CO 2 concentrations can affect health and productivity. Efficient indoor air quality monitoring systems can prevent such issues. In addition, carbon dioxide detection is enabling energy sa
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Date:
07/27/2022
Atlas Introduces Sealed Lamp technology for Weather-Ometer Instruments

Atlas introduces Sealed Lamp technology for the Ci4000 and Ci4400 Weather-Ometer instruments.

­Atlas has just introduced Sealed Lamps for its Ci4000 and Ci4400 Weather-Ometers. The unique preassembled design makes the world’s most-advanced weathering instruments even easier to operate and maintain. The Ci4000 and Ci4400 Weather-Ometers currently use interchangeable glass filters
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Date:
07/26/2022
Electric Vehicle Component Testing using AZX Regenerative Grid Simulators

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Figure 1. Electric Vehicle Testing

­Besides costs, one of the major obstacles for most consumers preventing them from adopting electric vehicles over IEC vehicles is range anxiety. Although great strides have been made in efficient energy conversion and battery power density, a typical range of 200 to 300 miles for most EV’s is still less th
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Date:
07/05/2022
The Value of a Modular Design for Protection Testing Schemes

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Figure 1. A modular platform can house different power sources and logical inputs and outputs to expand testing capabilities

­Power and utility companies are making unprecedented investments in substation automation and going further with implementations of the IEC 61580 standard in their substation network designs. There are certain drawbacks to modernization when it comes to protection testing. The vast majority of protective r
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Date:
07/01/2022