Microohm Meter LoRe

Quality Determination by Measuring the Connection Resistance

The con­di­tion of an elec­tri­cal assem­bly can be deter­mined direct­ly via the resis­tor. One of the largest influ­ences of the sta­tus of the joints and con­tacts is the qual­i­ty of assem­bly, that deter­mines the resid­ual life­time. By mea­sur­ing the con­nec­tion resis­tance with the LoRe Microohm Meter, a pre­ven­tive mea­sure can be tak­en against poor con­nec­tions before commissioning.
An infared mea­sure­ment is also a pos­si­bil­i­ty to obtain the cur­rent sta­tus of loaded elec­tri­cal assem­blies. For revi­sions, required because of high tem­per­a­tures or exceed­ing main­te­nance inter­vals, anoth­er resis­tance mea­sure­ment can give infor­ma­tion about the resid­ual life­time of the respec­tive connection.

Advan­tages of the Microohm Meter LoRe (Fly­er):

  • easy to handle

  • low weight: indoor ver­sion: 3 kg / 6,5 lbs, out­door ver­sion: 9 kg / 20 lbs

  • size: 85*250*260 mm / 3,5*10*20 inch

  • adjustable test cur­rent: 40 … 90 A

  • auto­mat­ic choice of mea­sur­ing range

  • mea­sur­ing range: 10 nΩ … 500 mΩ (extend­able to 1,5 Ω upon request)

  • res­o­lu­tion: < 1 nΩ

  • degree of pro­tec­tion: indoor ver­sion: IP 21, out­door ver­sion: IP 67 (closed)

  • peci­sion: s. graphic
Microohm Meter LoRe - indoor version

Fig. 1 Microohm Meter LoRe — indoor version

Mikroohm Meter LoRe - outdoor version

Fig. 2 Mikroohm Meter LoRe — out­door version

Relative measurement error of the microohmmeter LoRe

Fig. 3 Rel­a­tive mea­sure­ment error of the microohm­me­ter LoRe

Have a look at our LoRe video to dis­cov­er more about this topic!

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