May 16, 2016
The DC Current Comparator Principle was developed in the late 1960’s. The technology was later commercialized as a manual device for both resistance and temperature measurements. In 1987, Measurements International enhanced the DC Technology in the 6010B bridge.
In comparison to AC Bridges, DC bridges depend on a smaller number of components to achieve their performance, the inherent stability coming from the DC Comparator, which is not subject to temperature variations or warm up.
July 5, 2018
CPEM 2018 Paris, France July 8th – 13th, 2018 Measurements International (MI) is pleased to announce GOLD Sponsorship for the CPEM Conference July 8th – 13th in Paris, France. We invite you to visit our booth (booth 21) to see new and exciting products from MI as well as discuss our new research projects on […]
May 1, 2018
Measurements International (MI) Announces a Joint Collaboration with The Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) to Develop an Impedance Simulator.
PRESCOTT, Ontario – Measurements International (MI) a Metrology Based Company focused on developing products for Electrical Metrology at the primary standards level today announced a Joint Collaboration with The Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) to develop an Impedance Simulator.
April 2, 2018
Measurements International was featured in the January edition of Metrologist Magazine.
The article titled “Measurements International 30 Years of Measurements Uncertainty” is a brief history and overview of Measurements International.
For a link to the article visit:
Metrologist Magazine Issue January 2018
Metrologist Magazine is NCSLI’s most recent publication, printing quarterly since 2008.