May 1, 2018
May 1st, 2018, 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
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.
The first step of the collaboration focuses on the commercialization of the impedance Simulator (iSimulator) developed at METAS laboratories. With this significant breakthrough develop by METAS customers will now have the ability to calibrate LCR metres to previously unavailable levels automation, accuracy and uncertainty.
The first model will be introduced this July in Paris, during the Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Conference (CPEM). Both MI personnel and METAS scientist will be present to answer question regarding this new technology. Sales of the Z1000 will begin in August/September of 2018
“The iSimulator is a significant breakthrough in the calibration of impedance metres. In the past the LCR meter calibration required large set of difference standards, which were manually connected. Finally, it is possible to carry out fully automated calibration that covers the whole complex plane with only one instrument,” says Alessio Pollarolo, VP of Measurement Science.
For details on CPEM 2018 visit: http://www.cpem2018.com/
February 19, 2020
Measurements International (MI) is pleased to announce the commercial release of the Z1000 iSimulator. This is a revolutionary product that replaces the classical style of calibration of LCR meters in the industry.
June 4, 2019
Measurements International is pleased to announce the release of a new Cryogen-Free Quantum Hall Resistance System. The new 6800C offers customers the ability to eliminate the need for liquid helium, while providing them with a dual sample QHR system compatible with both Gallium and Graphene QHR samples.
May 21, 2019
Measurements International (MI) and its employees would like to wish everyone a very Happy World Metrology Day on May 20th, 2019.
This year holds special significance as it stands for the implementation of the re-definition of the SI. As the world continues to grow at such a fast pace, Measurements International continues to grow with it.