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World Metrology Day

May 21, 2019

Measurements International (MI) and its employees would like to wish everyone a very Happy World Metrology Day on May 20th, 2019.

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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. That is why we are pleased to announce the release of a new Quantum Hall Resistance System 6800C that meets the needs of laboratories at an economical price. The system has been specially designed for a dual sample platform to allow for QHR sample use. The devices are GaAs/AlGaAs (provided by NRCC Canada) and Graphene (provided by NIST USA). Both samples can be inserted at the same time for sample to sample comparison.

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World Metrology Day
6800C QHR System

MI Releases New Cryogen Free QHR System

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.

World Metrology Day

World Metrology Day

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.

Model 2023A-XP 3-Phase Power Analyzer

New Series of Wattmeters / Power Analyzers

March 5, 2019

Measurements International is pleased to announce the release of a new series of Wattmeters / Power Analyzers. The new 202x series offers customers four different models. Based on a new proprietary sampling method the new series of Wattmeters / Power Analyzers provide the world’s most accurate measurements with the best accuracy of < 0.0025 %.