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Ohm

A Swedish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 150 liters.
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Detailed component analysis with DCR, ESR, Z, D, Q, functions Good Battery life/Ac-powered IR-to-USB connectivity for data logging to PC Backlight function Resistance Range : 2 ohms to 200 MegOhms Capacitance Range : Upto 20 pF Inductance Range : 20 H to 20 H or higher Tolerance mode: 1%, 5%, 10%, 20% Ranging mode: Auto and manual Warranty : 1 year standard and additional 2 years comprehensive warranty
Static wicks are high-resistance devices (anywhere from 6 to 200 megohms resistance) that have a much lower corona voltage than the surrounding airframe structure they are attached to.
They provide greater than 5,000 megohms of insulation resistance at 500 VDC and exhibit no evidence of dielectric withstanding voltage breakdown when tested in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, Method 3003.
60) Other Ratings Contact Resistance: 10 milliohms maximum Insulation Resistance: 200 megohms minimum @ 500V DC Dielectric Strength: 1,500V AC minimum for 1 minute minimum Mechanical Life: 30,000 operations minimum Electrical Life: 10,000 operations minimum Nominal Operating Force: 11.
Designed for DC to 22 GHz applications, these 50 [OMEGA] connectors have a 1000 Vrms dielectric withstanding voltage and 5000 megohms insulation resistance.
The connector provides greater than 5,000 megohms of insulation resistance at 500 VDC and exhibits no evidence of dielectric withstanding voltage breakdown when tested in accordance with MIL-STD-1344, Method 3003.
An insulation resistance of 1,000 megohms at 500 VDC.
Test Voltage: 250 V, RMS, 60 Hz Operating Temperature: -55[degrees]C to +125[degrees]C Insulation Resistance: 5,000 megohms minimum @ 100V DC Durability: 200 connector mating cycles Vibration: Per MIL-STD-1344, Method 2005, Condition IV Shock: Per MIL-STD-1344, Method 2004, Condition G Salt Spray: Mated connectors tested per MIL-STD-1344, Method 1001, Test Condition B Humidity: Mated connectors tested per MIL-STD-1344, Method 1002, Type: I, (except steps 7a and 7b) Thermal Shock: Tested to the temperature extremes of MIL- STD-1344, Method 1003, Test Condition A (except step 3, temperature shall be 125[degrees]C) Contact Resistance: 0.
Glass capillary electrodes, pulled to a resistance of 2 to 4 megohms, were filled with a standard skate internal solution (5) and the fluorescent dye, Lucifer yellow (0.
5] megohms (min) at rated voltage and room temperature.
It offers fast, accurate voltage measurements from +/-10 nV to +/-1000 V as well as resistance measurements from 10 megohms to 5 gigohms.
200 V common-mode rejection, high input impedance (2 MegOhms, typical) and factory pre-settable gain to accommodate low-level sensor inputs are also included.