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How Accurate is Your Bond Meter? A Glimpse into the World of High-Accuracy Resistance Measurement

Bond meters are an important tool in any aircraft, automobile, or communications technician’s toolbox. Accurate bond measurements are critical to ensure the safe operation of these systems, and technicians look to instruments they can trust. Bond Meters are resistance-measuring instruments that are designed specifically for grounding and bonding applications. In these applications, very small resistance…
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Ultra-Portable 710A Milli-Ohmmeter Offers a New Solution for Electrical Grounding + Bonding Tests

Introducing TEGAM's ultra-portable 710A milli-ohmmeter for testing aircraft, battery electric vehicles, electronic components and electrical interconnects. 1 μΩ-100 Ω: Fast, Accurate and Durable. TEGAM announces a radically new milli-ohmmeter for grounding and bonding applications that is nothing short of amazing in its performance and simplicity. The first things that often come to mind when you…
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Milli-Ohmmeter Measurements with TEGAM’s New 710A Bond Meter!

The 710A Bond Meter is first and foremost an excellent milli-ohmmeter. To produce measurements that you can trust, we had to rethink the approach to low-resistance measurements. The 710A has 5 decade ranges from 10 mΩ to 100 Ω, with 4-digit resolution. The basic accuracy is 0.2% of reading + 0.02% of range. How does…
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Methods for Intrinsic Safety in Industrial, Manufacturing and Research Scenarios

Intrinsic Safety is the set of best practices, procedures and technology used to prevent unwanted and unnecessary explosive scenarios in the workplace. When working in the presence of flammable materials in various environments, the possibility of fire or explosion is a very real and present danger. The loss of life or limb, ruined product, damaged equipment,…
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TEGAM’s Jay Romanek Appointed as Atlanta Section Coordinator for NCSL International

TEGAM is delighted to announce the selection and appointment of our own DoD Program Specialist Jay Romanek as the Atlanta Section Coordinator for NCSL International. The volunteer role is essential for helping NCSL International members to meet and to exchange information with peers at least on a semi-annual basis, and Jay's organizational expertise will be helping…
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TEGAM Announces Russell House, VP of Engineering

Russell House Accepts Position of Vice President of Engineering Role at TEGAM, Inc. GENEVA, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TEGAM, Inc., a world-wide leader in the design and manufacture of test, measurement and calibration instrumentation, announces Russell House as the new Vice President of Engineering. As part of the TEGAM strategic growth plan, co-owners Andy Brush and Adam Fleder…
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U.S. Navy Has Selected TEGAM Model R1L-E2A for Aircraft and Ship Maintenance

Low-Resistance R1L-E2A is the only microohmmeter & bonding meter certified to ATEX, UL and CSA International Standards September 28, 2016 10:22 AM Eastern Daylight Time GENEVA, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TEGAM, Inc., a leading supplier of test and measurement equipment, is proud to announce that the U.S. Navy has selected the TEGAM Model R1L-E2A Intrinsically Safe Portable Microohmmeter…
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New Microohmmeter Probes are Rugged and Comfortable

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact TEGAM @ 440-466-6100. TEGAM, Inc., a leading supplier of innovative microohmmeters, has just introduced five new Kelvin probes. When used with TEGAM's R1L bond meters or the 1740 or 1750 microohmmeter, they enable engineers and technicians to more easily make four-wire bonding and other low-resistance measurements: The BKP-10 Kelvin probes are…
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TEGAM Voltmeter Case Sports Safety Features

Contains no metal, making it safer around energized conductors TEGAM has begun offering its line of safety voltmeters with a new Cordura Nylon Carrying Case to improve worker safety. TEGAM’s Models 110A, 122 and 125 Safety Voltmeters will feature the Model 1204A case, which has several features that help users make safer measurements: No metal…
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