Mod-Tronic Instruments Ltd. can supply a variety of ammeters for measuring electric current. Our selection includes multimeters featuring compact designs and high accuracy. We are the ideal source for this equipment thanks to our expertise, excellent customer service, and top quality products. The majority of our products are proudly made in the United States, we maintain a large stock of items for prompt shipping, and we offer competitive prices. Many of manufacturers can also provide custom solutions to meet special requirements. For customers seeking assistance with their application, our sales force offers 80 years of combined experience.
We supply an extensive range of test equipment from Simpson Electric including volt-ohm meter (VOM) multimeters. For example the Model 270-5 VOM was designed for extra-high accuracy for critical measurement applications. It can measure DC voltages to an accuracy of 1.25 per cent of the full scale, AC voltages to two percent of full scale, and resistance to an accuracy of 1.0 degree of arc. This analogue VOM has diode protected self-shielded movement, and comes with batteries and probe leads included. It provides DC voltage measurement ranges from 250mV to 1000V. It is available with a padded nylon "Grab N Go" case. This durable case enables storage for quick field use as the test leads can remain in the panel jacks.
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Simpson Electric is an expert in the production of meters and test equipment. Products from Simpson Electric are recognized for innovation and high quality. That's why they are used by organizations including Grainger, McMaster Carr, the U.S. military, and the NASA Space Program.
Mod-Tronic Instruments Ltd. has been in business since 1972. Over the last 44 years, we have earned a strong reputation for our customer-focused approach. We take the time to understand the application fully, analyze the requirements, and suggest the best options available. Our products are supplied by fourteen leading manufacturers of industrial sensors, heaters, transducers, controls, and instrumentation.