DC Verses AC Technology

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.


MI Gold Sponsor of Recent CPEM Conference

July 25, 2016

During the period of July 10th – July 16th, 2016 Measurements International was excited to not only attend the CPEM conference in Ottawa, Canada, but was also excited to help contribute to the conference as GOLD Sponsor. The Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements, more popularly referred to as CPEM, is devoted to topics related to […]


MI Canada Launches New Website

July 12, 2016

Duane Brown, President and CEO is pleased to announce the launching of a new web site Measurements International (MI) is a global product development and manufacturing company in the field of scientific or fundamental electrical metrology. The company announced today that it has officially launched a new website and corporate identity.  The new website and […]


MI Introduces New Accubridge Product Line

July 1, 2016

July 1st, 2016 Measurements International (MI), the leading manufacturer of Automated Primary Resistance Bridges in the World today announced the release of the Accubridge® Product Line. The company, which prides itself on pushing the market in World Class Accuracy and Uncertainty, will now offer customers an even better selection of World Class Resistance Bridges covering […]