While static electricity affects us all and is typically benign, it’s problematic, or even harmful in some circumstances, circumstances which Extech humidity meters can help guard against by monitoring the conditions that are conducive to static electricity.
Working in the electrical field, you’ve probably fell subject to the inconvenience of ghost voltages more than once. When experiencing peculiar voltage readings in the past, you’ve probably had to dust off that old analog meter or solenoid tester. It’s irritating and time-consuming to stop one task, pull out a new meter and take the time to diagnose an unrelated issue in the middle of your work day. Luckily, Extech offers a solution with LoZ dual impedance multimeters to address the problem. Two of our favorites are the EX355 and the EX655.
Since their development in the 70’s, digital pH meters have become indispensable measurement tools for chemists, food manufacturing, and water quality testing. As pH meters have become more portable, accessible and cost efficient, homeowners and DIY enthusiasts have sought reliable pH meters as well. The Extech PH90 is the latest in Extech's digital water quality meters.
For challenging commercial electrical work, Extech’s MA3110 flexible clamp meter makes it easier to access difficult-to-reach areas and around large or rigid conductors such as bus bars. Thanks to a slender 8mm cable diameter, the flexible clamp meter reduces frustrations by allowing electrical workers to access wires in compact conduit outlet bodies, or cabinets crammed with wires, with minimal disruption to the installation.
With this Sunday’s Super Bowl 51 just around the corner, we thought it would be a perfect opportunity to propose a method of investigation toward influencing factors typically attributed to home field advantage, specifically sound levels. Specializing in test and measurement tools, analyzing the tangible unit of measurement for sound, or decibel level (dB), something Extech does best.