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Voltmeters, Electrostatic

Definition : Voltmeters designed for measuring surface potentials (i.e., voltage) due to electric charge unbalance on a dielectric or conducting surface. These instruments typically determine the presence, magnitude, and polarity of electrostatic voltage. Typical electrostatic voltmeters consist of an electronic unit including amplifiers, an oscillator, a power supply, and a display; and an attached non-contact sensing probe (e.g., using a Kelvin vibrating capacitive sensor). There are several types of electrostatic voltmeters such as DC- and AC-feedback instruments. Electrostatic voltmeters are usually either attached or brought near to potentially charged surfaces.

Entry Terms : "Electrostatic Voltmeters" , "Electrostatic Voltage Detectors"

UMDC code : 20760

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Electro-Tech Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

ETS is located in Glenside, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia, accessible by car or regional rail from Philadelphia International Airport. The 12,000 sq. ft. facility includes a circa 1790 farm complex with engineering, manufacturing, sales and office space, a fully equipped electrostatic (ESD) testing laboratory with environmental test chambers plus an on-site controlled environment room.

Keithley Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

Keithley Instruments, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures and markets complex electronic instruments and systems geared to the specialized needs of electronics manufacturers for high-performance production testing, process monitoring, product development and research.

Monroe Electronics Inc

Company Type: Parent

Incorporated in 1954 in Rochester, NY (Monroe County), Monroe Electronics started out as a custom engineering house, designing and manufacturing specialized instrumentation & systems for local industries. In the late 1950's, Robert E. Vosteen, the Company's founder invented a reliable, precise, drift-free method for non-contacting measurement of static electricity.

TREK Inc

Company Type: Parent

TREK, INC. areas of expertise include electrostatics and high voltage power amplification. The company leverages its technologies to design and develop solutions for OEM customers and standard product applications around the world.

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