A resistance calibrator is used for test and calibration of resistance measurement devices when normal resistors prove to be too large scale. It is employed wherever the highest standards of temperature stability, error tolerance and durability are required.
Typical applications of a resistance calibrator are: for tests on electrical temperature measuring equipment, for laboratory setup of a Wheatstone bridge, as shunt resistor for accurate current measurement, as part of standard equipment in research laboratories, for a large part of measurements in the calibration laboratory and simulation of a host of measuring transducers.
Resistance Calibrator Overview
1140, 1160 Precision Resistors for highest standards of temperature stability
The 1140, 1160 Precision Resistors are designed to provide the highest standards of temperature stability, error tolerance and durability. The resistors are supplied
1240 Calibration Resistor for constant operating standards
The 1240 resistance calibrator features a modern design, small mechanical dimensions and ruggedness that ensures long life. It is suitable
1282 Precision High Capacity Resistor for precise digital voltmeters
The 1282 resistance calibrator is used as measuring resistors for accurate registration of direct and alternating currents up to 200
1406 High-Precision Resistance Decade for control in complicated equipments and systems
The 1406 and 1407 high-precision resistance decades models allow measurements from reference standard for precision measurements up to simulation of a host
1427 Computer Controlled High Precision Resistance Decade
The 1427 Resistance calibrator allows a direct choice of resistances between 1 Ω and 1.2 MΩ, which can be picked up via