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The reverse resistance of rectifiers can be readily measured; the low test voltages are especially useful in measuring solid state diodes. In addition, no warm-up drip is encountered, and high zero stability is maintained during operation.
Human engineering has not been overlooked in the GenRad Megohmmeter as evidenced by the warning light that is activated by the application of the test voltage. The Megohmmeter is easy to use with direct-reading meter indication and lighted range switch that shows the multiplier for each range and voltage. The maximum current possible at the terminals is limited to a 5mA and a panel light near the terminals warns when voltage is present.
Stable power supplies and feedback voltmeter circuit minimize drift and time wasting adjustments. Guard and ground terminals permit measurement of grounded or ungrounded two- or three-terminal resistors. Estimated Delivery is 7 to 11 weeks. Request a Quote. Skip to the end of the images gallery. Skip to the beginning of the images gallery.
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GenRad Megohmmeter. TheGenRad Megohmmeteristhechoicefor more demandingapplications. ThustheGenRad canbe set to anycommon, oruncommon test voltageforceramic, micaorpapercapacitors, orotherdevices. The reverse resistanceofrectifierscanbereadilymeasured; thelow test voltages are especiallyuseful in measuring solid statediodes. Stability ofcalibration in theGenRad Megohmmeterismaintainedby useof a four-transistor unity gainamplifier. In addition, no warm-up drift isencountered, and highzero stability ismaintainedduringoperation.