U.S. Navy selects TEGAM Model R1L-D1 micro-ohmmeter

Sept. 26, 2016

Geneva, OH. TEGAM Inc. has announced that the U.S. Navy has selected the TEGAM Model R1L-D1 portable micro-ohm and RTD measurement bridge to fulfill a special test requirement of the nuclear Navy. This new contract requires performance over the next five years with a value in excess of $1,000,000.

TEGAM said it has been working to meet the challenges of precision resistance measurement for over 30 years; its line of bond meters and micro-ohmmeters provide engineers and maintenance personnel with easy-to-use bond testing and low-resistance measurement instruments.  TEGAM also offers a comprehensive selection of 4-wire resistance probes and test leads that are compatible with multiple TEGAM products, as well as instruments from other manufacturers.

Adam Fleder, president of TEGAM, said, “Due to our long involvement and leadership in low-resistance measurement, many customers look exclusively to TEGAM for their solutions.”

The RIL-D1 is commercially available from stock. TEGAM backs the instrument with a standard three-year warranty.

www.tegam.com

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