Metrology

The definition of a measurement in terms of metrology is based on the comparison between a measured variable and an entity. A measurement pursues the goal to receive a result of measurement which has exact and reliable significance. This implies that the achieved results of measurement in a further step can, for example, be used to check manufacturing facilities on the compliance of norms and conditions and to check whether the norms of a manufacturing plant is consistent with the given desired value.

What can be measured:

  • single-phase and three-phase alternating voltage
  • direct current voltage
  • single-phase and three-phase alternating current
  • residual currents
  • short-circuit currents and tripping currents
  • discharge currents
  • direct current
  • resistance
  • insulation resistance
  • resistances of isolated floors or walls
  • power of single-phases and three-phases
  • rotary field measurement
  • speeds and turning speeds
  • single-phase and three-phase start-up current
  •  waveforms in single-phase and three-phase
  • harmonic load in single-phase and three-phase
  • temperatures
  • thermographic presentation of temperatures
  • differential pressure
  • air velocity
  • air percolation
  • LEL (lower explosion limit) measurement  in explosion protection areas
  • static charges
  • static charges in explosion in explosion protection areas
  • functions of profibus networks
  • trigger signals
  • long-term data capturing

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