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Power supplies are such basic tools, with many options commonly available to consumers, that it’s easy to overlook their finer points. For example, many include multiple outputs. Also, multichannel units with high output accuracy are available at increasingly economical prices. Still, no equipment budget can afford every “bell and whistle” so it makes sense to determine which applications really demand a multichannel power supply and which ones don’t. Here, several questions to ask when determining your power supply needs.
Test and Measurement Equipment (TME) Management is a term that begs the question, “What do you mean by that?” There are a variety of definitions for the term. What exactly does TME Management entail? Most answers include a combination of management, financial, economic, engineering and other practices applied to provide the required level of service in the most cost effective manner.
A good TME Management process should include the whole ownership life cycle of a product and should involve acquisitioning, commissioning, certifying, calibrating, tracking, operating, maintain, repairing, modifying, replacing, decommissioning, and disposal of physical and infrastructure assets. Does this all sound a bit familiar? If so, you’ve been here before, haven’t you? It’s exactly Measurement Assurance Technology offers to our customers: a one stop solution.
When working with test and measurement in general, mechanical fixtures and software seem to attract the attention of many engineers. Not everyone has a regular need for advanced electrical engineering tools though and if that’s your case, it’s probably hard to justify buying expensive EE tools with very specific functionality. This is another time when open-source software comes to the rescue. Here, three programs that should help you stay on top of your work without having to pay the hefty prices that are attached to the advanced software.
Calibrating, Servicing and Selling Electronic Test Equipment means we care about the quality and reliability of our products as much as our customers do. And, like our customers, we’re concerned about the cost of ownership of the tools we sell. Read on for ways in which you can buy and operate with assurance...
To better serve our customers, MAT recently opened the doors to a larger, updated laboratory offering additional repair and calibration services
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