About Tegam

At TEGAM, your measurement is as important to us as it is to you. Since 1979 we have explored ways to improve the science of measurement so that you can do your job more effectively. Our team has extensive experience in designing and producing high quality instruments. We take great pleasure in extending their capabilities and finding new ways to solve our customer’s problems. Collectively, we have travelled many paths and this is reflected in our product diversity. We offer the lowest uncertainty in RF and microwave power, the fastest micro-ohmmeters available and handheld thermometers designed to survive harsh conditions; just to indicate a few of our skills. We know that your measurement matters; otherwise you wouldn’t be making it. You deserve to get the best answer possible, and we can help with that.

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  • What Exactly is Cold Junction Compensation? How Does It Relate to the Use of Thermocouples as Temperature Sensors?

    Written by Dan Jackson, TEGAM Product Manager I was recently asked, “What does Cold Junction Compensation do?”  This question requires that I summarize how thermocouples work and the physics behind them. A thermocouple develops a thermoelectric voltage based upon the principle known as the Seebeck Effect. Now, what is the Seebeck…

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  • Digitizing Temperature Measurement for Product Safety and Quality

    TEGAM President Adam Fleder gave an interview to Process Expo recently on the importance of accurate temperature measurement and data collection in Food Safety applications. Here's a bit of the article, below: "'People don’t just want a thermometer,' TEGAM president Adam Fleder says. 'They don’t even care if they have…

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  • How Does A Digital Thermometer Work?

    How do Digital Thermometers Work? Thermometers used to be simple. First, there was a glass tube filled with a liquid that expanded up the tube as the temperature increased. We all understood how that worked. Then came the bi-metal thermometers. They were made from a layered strip of 2 metals…

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