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August 5, 2015
Highland Technology announces the latest release in its line of VME test and measurement modules, the V410 RTD/resistance Input Module. The V410 features 16 independent channels configurable for 2-wire, 3-wire, and 4-wire resistance measurement and capable of measuring from 1 ohm to 3 megohms. This makes the V410 suitable for 100-ohm and 1000-ohm RTDs, thermistors, and other resistive sensors. It can also read cryogenic diodes. Look-up tables are included for 100 and 1000 ohm, 385 and 392 platinum RTDs. The built-in self-test reports both internal errors and wiring faults. Any channel of the V410 may be switched to a front-panel D9 test connector for in-crate calibration checks without disturbing field wiring.
About Highland Technology
Founded in 1984, Highland Technology designs and manufactures standard and custom electronics. Highland provides innovative high-precision analog measurement and signal generation, data acquisition and control instrumentation, pulse and picosecond timing delay generation, fiberoptic/photonics, and mixed technology products for demanding aerospace and defense, scientific, and industrial applications.
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Highland owns and occupies a 20,000 square-foot facility housing engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing, and corporate staff. Highland is an owner-operated, privately held California corporation. All products are manufactured in-house or by qualified domestic partners.
A Non-Obsolescence Program assures maintenance and provision of product form, fit, function and support for a minimum of seven years.
Posted August 6, 2015