Model 3250 Variable Resistance Load (VRL)

Model 3250 Variable Resistance Load (VRL)

The Measurement Instruments Model 3250 Variable-Resistance-Load (VRL) System is a simple, easy-to-use, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS), self-contained variable-resistance electrical load – manually controlled with an adjustment knob on the front panel.  The Model 3250 VRL is often used to control outgoing or incoming AC or DC electrical current to a unit under test (UUT).

The Model 3250 VRL is housed in a heavy gauge steel enclosure, vented to allow removal of generated heat.  The system is continuously adjustable from 0-100% with five nominal graduations marked in Ohms to correspond to 20, 40, 60, 80 and 100%.  Table 1 below shows standard part-numbers, ratings and dimensions for a wide range of Model 3250 VRL’s.  Other ratings are available upon request.  Please contact Measurement Instruments at 724-459-8090 or .

Dranetz HDPQ Family VFD Output Measurements




Dranetz HDPQ Family VFD Output Measurements


Most power monitoring instruments synchronize their
measurements to a stable 50/60Hz voltage source.
The reason is to get accurate readings between the
voltage and current phases.This is fine for the
majority of applications, including when measuring
the input of a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD), but
poses a problem when attempting to measure the
output of a VFD – by design, the VFD output voltage
frequency varies, making it difficult for the power
monitor to synchronize.

Unlike most power monitors, the Dranetz HDPQ
product family can also synchronize to the current
which is very beneficial for use in VFD and other
applications. The instruments default to synchronizing
to the voltage, but can be easily changed to synchronize to
the current. Doing so involves a simplesetup change, and this Application Note describes the required setting.

WHY MEASURE THE POWER AND POWER OF A VFD?  Many VFD monitoring applications are at the VFD’s input to measure the power consumption, harmonics, and power line fluctuations. Being at the VFD input, a

stable 50/60Hz voltage source is available for power  monitor synchronization. However, when evaluating VFD efficiency, susceptibility to PQ issues, and troubleshooting issues with the controlled outputs, it is necessary to measure at the VFD’s output, which does not have a stable 50/60Hz voltage output. Significant errors will result when using most power monitors.

It turns out that the VFD output current has a stable

50/60Hz frequency. See the snapshots below – the top is the voltage and the bottom is the current.


The required current synchronization setting
is located in the Nominal & Frequency tab of the
Dranetz HDPQ Wizard setup. The Sync Channel setting defaults to Channel A Volts, but as shown below, when measuring the output of a VFD, select Channel A Amps as the sync channel instead. This is the only setting change that is required, and all other settings are as usual.


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Magna-Power SL Series: Now 8 kW in 1U – New Product Release

MagnaPower is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the new SL Series 8 kW models (


Efficiency, Efficiency, Efficiency. 


As many of you know, Magna-Power’s success in providing industry leading 1U and 2U programmable power levels has been a result of the company’s focus on packaging and improving thermal transfer. The new 8 kW SL Series models build upon previous accomplishments, while setting a new course for the company’s engineering efforts as we begin to now focus on improving efficiency and performance.


Our team has been closely following the latest generation of SiC semicoductor devices, awaiting a level of commercial maturity that would allow Magna-Power to offer the same level of reliability and value as its established products. These devices have now reach a level of maturity and price competitiveness with IGBTs—as proven by months of validation—that Magna-Power is confident in their application within the company’s products.


These new 8 kW models operate at a significantly higher efficiency than any previous rack-mount product from Magna-Power, which has allowed the company to increase its lead even further as the most programmable power in 1U.


Consistency Now, New Specifications Later


The 8 kW SL Series models have significantly improved performance specifications over the present SL Series models, including:

  • Efficiency up to 92%
  • Major reduction in output ripple (up to 50%)
  • Lower audible noise
  • Significantly faster response times



As always, if you have any questions or would like additional technical details, please feel free to contact your local sales representative ( discuss your application.

2017 Automotive Testing Expo

Visit us at the 2017
Automotive Testing Expo in Novi, Michigan.


Visit us at the

Booth 12014    |    October 24 –

Meet and collaborate with other
transportation engineers. Plan your roadmap with the
Measurement Instruments expert team of Test
and Measurement


October 25th, 2017    5pm
– 8pm

Food. Drinks. Jazz.

Granite, Copper & Gold

The Suburban Collection Showplace

46100 Grand River Ave, Novi, MI

The Future of Driving

See the Renesas autonomy
autonomous technology vehicle at our booth.

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Territory:Indiana, Kentucky
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NEW – EX1401 Thermocouple/Voltage Instrument Offers High Accuracy and Speed, Signal Isolation and Power Over Ethernet

Instruments EX1401 adds high common mode measurement
capability to the EX1000 Series of instruments, an
advanced, full-featured data acquisition family designed
to acquire precision data from temperature and voltage
sensors. The EX1401 delivers accurate and highly
repeatable thermocouple (±0.20°C) and voltage
measurements by implementing fully integrated signal
conditioning, including independent Cold Junction
Compensation (CJC). With maximum programmable
sample rates at 20 kSa/s/channel, the EX1401 is
well-suited for a wide range of applications that
require maximum accuracy and the recording of fast
transient signals.

• Typical accuracies of ±0.20°C
• 16-channel isolated universal
thermocouple/voltage inputs
• Power over Ethernet (PoE)
• 20K samples/second/channel sample rate
• 24-bit ADC per channel
• 500 V channel-ground isolation
• 1000 V channel-channel isolation
• Data logger acquisition mode
• Built-in parallel data streaming
• Full-featured embedded web interface
• LXI Ethernet interface
• 8-bit bank isolated digital I/O
• Compact 1U half-rack form factor

• Automotive and battery testing
• Highly accelerated life test/highly
accelerated stress screening (HALT/HASS)
• Health monitoring
• Jet engine testing

IP65 + Power Quality = Dranetz HDPQ SP

IP65 Rating + Power Quality = Dranetz HDPQ® SP

Dranetz is excited to announce the expansion of the Dranetz HDPQ SP line of Power Quality Analyzers. The SP versions are now available in four models: Visa, Guide, Xplorer, and Xplorer 400. All are designed for use in harsh, outdoor and remote environments, as well as for applications where an LCD display is undesirable.

Dranetz HDPQ users can now choose between a traditional portable instrument with a local 7″ color touch LCD display, or an SP version that is housed in an IP65 enclosure, without a local display. Other than the enclosure and the availability of a local display, the Dranetz HDPQ and the Dranetz HDPQ SP versions of each model have exactly the same measurement and strong remote communications capabilities.

More Choices, More Capabilities

Dranetz HDPQ Visa SP – The Dranetz HDPQ Visa SP is perfect for low cost applications and offers: IEEE 1159, IEEE 519:2014, IEC 61000-4-30 Class A, Standard Ethernet, available Bluetooth, and optional GPS time synchronization.                                             

Dranetz HDPQ Guide SP – The Dranetz HDPQ Guide SP is the best combination of value and technology in a PQ analyzer and offers: IEEE 1159, IEEE 519:2014, IEC 61000-4-30 Class A, Standard Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AnswerModules®, a large recording buffer, and optional GPS time synchronization.

Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer SP – The Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer SP power quality analyzer represents the top of the line in the Dranetz HDPQ family of products; it includes all of the features of the Dranetz HDPQ Visa SP and Guide SP power quality instruments, but also adds high speed transient capture capabilities, so you’ll never miss an event!

Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer 400 SP – Take PQ, Demand and Energy monitoring to new heights by adding 400Hz monitoring capabilities to the already powerful Dranetz HDPQ SP family. The Dranetz HDPQ 400 is designed for applications such as aviation, naval, military, etc. requiring 400Hz capabilities that are not available in most PQ and Energy analyzers which typically only measure 50/60Hz.

For more information about the Dranetz HDPQ line of power quality products, please call 732-287-3680 NOW, email us at, or visit our website at

Model 5076 Calibrator for Aircraft Tire Inflator Assembly Kits

Model 5076 Calibrator for Aircraft Tire Inflator Assembly Kits

Figure 1:  Self-contained, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) Calibrator for Inflator Assembly Kits


The Measurement Instruments Model 5076 Calibrator for Inflator Assembly Kits is a commercial off-theshelf (COTS), self-contained instrument that provides a neat, clean and efficient interface for minimizing calibration cycle time (Figure 1).  The system is designed based on input from technicians actually calibrating the Inflator Assembly Kits.  No more need to “tap” standard-pressure-gauges, or live with a mess of hoses, tubbing and fittings.  The Model 5076 is designed to meet the demands of in-the-field test and calibration labs for safe, easy-to-use, high-throughput workload.  Connections and controls are arranged in an intuitive left-to-right workflow with clearly labeled connectors and controls matching the T.O. and schematic engraved on the lid (Figure 2).  The system can be used on a bench or rack-mounted to save space (rackmount kit optional).  The Model 5076 is designed to calibrate the following Inflator Assembly Kit’s and could be used for others with 600PSIG or less range (higher or lower ranges are available upon request):  1063, 1065, 1075, 1089, M85352/1, M85352/5, MME-PD459 (Milton Industries, Inc).


Figure 2:  Key Features – Measurement Instruments Model 5076 Calibrator for Inflator Assembly Kits 

Key features of the Measurement Instruments Model 5076 Calibrator for Inflator Assembly Kits:

  1. Self-contained, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) Calibrator for Inflator Assembly Kits
  2. Includes cylinder (Plenum Chamber) with greater than 140 cubic inch internal volume, easily accessible for replacement during hydrostatic test period
  3. Schematic etched on lid for quick field reference and easy understanding of the pneumatic circuit
  4. Designed for ease-of-use with valves and connections labels matching T.O. instructions and leftto-right work flow
    1. T.O. 33K6-4-1527-1
    2. Inflator Assembly Kit’s 1063, 1065, 1075, 1089, M85352/1, M85352/5, MME-PD459 (Milton Industries, Inc)
  5. Rack-mountable (5U high) enclosure (rackmount-kit optional)
  6. Regulator gauge to indicate supply pressure level
  7. Real-time precision digital-pressure-indicator:
    1. Pressure Range: 0-600PSIG
    2. Accuracy: +/- 0.025% FS
    3. Backlit display
    4. Removable pressure sensing modules
      1. Quick field replacement with newly calibrated sensing module
      2. Allows remote calibration of pressure sensing modules
      3. Can be re-ranged by replacing pressure sensing module with another range
  8. Vent/calibration circuit allows calibration of the digital-pressure-indicator without need for removal from the 5076 system
  9. High-quality valves, tees, tubbing and connectors
  10. Integrated pressure-relief-valve to protect the digital-pressure-indicator from over-pressure damage
  11. Heavy-duty aluminum construction
  12. Pressure Connections: AN4-F (alternate connections and adapters available upon request)

Figure 3:  Corner View – Measurement Instruments Model 5076 Calibrator for Inflator Assembly Kits

Figure 4:  Rear View – Measurement Instruments Model 5076 Calibrator for Inflator Assembly Kits 

(Note: 110VAC input AC/DC Adapter included with system not shown in photo)

Call Measurement Instruments at (724)-459-8090 to learn more.

ASTM D9025 Bar and Rod Specimens for Adhesion Tests in Accordance with ASTM D2094

ASTM D9025 Bar and Rod Specimens for Adhesion Tests in Accordance with ASTM D2094

Measurement Instruments manufactures and supplies adherend bar and rod specimens for adhesion tests in accordance with ASTM D2094 that are used to determine strength properties of adhesives in accordance with Test Method D2095.  The specimens are sold in sets of two in both bar and rod form (see ordering information below).   Test specimens are available in many materials and geometries including laminated plastic materials machined such that the axis of the specimen lie in the plane of the lamina, and so that the plane of the lamina coincides with one side of the specimen with the hole perpendicular to the plane of the lamina.  Surface preparation is variable such that evaluation of various adhesive manufacturers and specific surfaces can be studied.

In accordance with ASTM D2094 and Test Method D2095, adherends can be reused several times, provided that all traces of the previously used adhesive are removed and the surfaces are remachined.  Plastic adherends that have been immersed in liquids or exposed to high humidities or extreme temperature environments shall not be reused.

Measurement Instruments recommends FUTEK for precision force and torque measurement of adhesive cleavage and torsional shear measurement

Ordering Information:

  1. Part Number 213410 ASTM D9025 Adherend Rod Test Fixture Set of Two Rods
  2. Part Number 213410SA ASTM D9025 Adherend Bar Test Fixture Set of Two Bars

Please contact Measurement Instruments at 800-779-8090 or for pricing or customization inquiries.

Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Releases AQ6374 Optical Spectrum Analyzer

Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Releases AQ6374 Optical Spectrum Analyzer
-The only instrument able to evaluate both visible and optical communications wavelengths –

Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Corporation announces that it has developed the AQ6374 optical spectrum analyzer and will release it on January 11. The AQ6374 features a wide dynamic range and high wavelength resolution and is capable of precisely measuring the optical spectrum of laser light in the 350 to 1750 nm wavelength range.


Optical spectrum analyzers are used to resolve the wavelength components of optical devices such as semiconductor lasers and fiber lasers in order to assess their characteristics. The AQ6374 will be the only optical spectrum analyzer on offer in the market today*1 that is capable of covering both the visible light wavelengths and the wavelengths used in optical communications.


Development Background

In recent years, optical technology has entered wide use in applications as varied as communications, medical care, home appliances, and material processing. The expansion of these markets has stimulated the research and development of products that use optical technology, and so there is a growing need for high-performance optical spectrum analyzers that can evaluate and analyze the characteristics of laser light.


Conventional optical spectrum analyzers can measure a limited range of optical wavelengths. Commercially-available analyzers are divided into two types: those that can measure the wavelengths used for optical communications (1260 to 1675 nm*2), and those that can measure the visible light wavelengths (380 to 780 nm*3) used in medical care, home appliance, material processing, and other applications. Consequently, institutes that conduct basic optical technology research, manufacturers of broadband light sources, and manufacturers of optical devices used in a variety of fields have had to use more than one optical spectrum analyzer or construct their own measurement system from a spectroscope and other components.


To satisfy such needs, Yokogawa has developed the AQ6374.


Product Features

  1. Wide wavelength range (350 to 1750 nm)

The AQ6374 will be the only analyzer on the market that is capable of evaluating and analyzing both the visible light wavelengths and the wavelengths used in optical communications. With a maximum resolution of 2 pm and the ability to sample power levels at up to 100,000 wavelength points, the AQ6374 can precisely evaluate and analyze a wide range of wavelengths with a single scan. The AQ6374 also features a wide close-in dynamic range of 60 dB, which is sufficient for measuring the side mode characteristics of a semiconductor laser*4. This instrument can thus be used to develop distributed semiconductor devices such as feedback laser diodes (DFB-LD) that emit only one wavelength as well as optical fibers that necessitate measurements over a wide range of wavelengths.


  1. Accurate measurement of the optical spectrum of light

The AQ6374 comes with two additional enhancements. The first is a function that purges the water vapor trapped in its monochromator that can suppress the absorption of light at certain wavelengths. The second is a function that reduces the effect of high-order diffracted light whose wavelengths are 2–3 times that of incident light, a characteristic that all monochromators have due to their design principle.


Main Target Users

Universities and institutes that conduct optical research,and manufacturers of active and passive optical devices


Main Applications

– Emission spectrum measurement for semiconductor and fiber lasers

– Measurement of wavelength transmission characteristics for optical fiber and optical filters


Through its U.S. subsidiary, Yokogawa will exhibit the AQ6374 at Photonics West, a major optical technology trade fair. Photonics West 2017 will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, from January 31 to February 2.


*1 Based on a January 2017 Yokogawa market survey

*2 As defined by the International Telecommunication Union Telecommunications Standardization Sector (ITU-T)

*3 As defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in ISO 20473:2007

*4 Side mode is the spectrum adjacent to the peak of the light being measured; wide close-in dynamic range is the ability to resolve and measure this.


Yokogawa’s commitment to the optical measurement field

Yokogawa entered the optical measuring instrument market in the 1980s and since then has developed this business by focusing on visible-range light sources and optical power meters. In April 2004, Yokogawa acquired Ando Electric, one of the world’s top optical communications measuring instrument manufacturers, and since then has developed products based on this company’s technologies as well as its own.


Yokogawa’s AQ6315, which was available until 2006, was well received as an optical spectrum analyzer that could measure a wide range of wavelengths, from visible light to the wavelengths used for communications. The AQ6374 greatly improves upon the basic performance of this popular model.


In addition to optical spectrum analyzers, Yokogawa offers a wide range of products that meet the needs of its customers. These include our market-leading optical time domain reflectometers (OTDR), optical power meters, and laser light sources.


About Yokogawa

Yokogawa’s global network of 92 companies spans 59 countries. Founded in 1915, the US$3.7 billion company engages in cutting-edge research and innovation. Yokogawa is active in the industrial automation and control (IA), test and measurement, and aviation and other businesses segments. The IA segment plays a vital role in a wide range of industries including oil, chemicals, natural gas, power, iron and steel, pulp and paper, pharmaceuticals, and food. For more information about Yokogawa, please visit





SAN DIEGO, Jan. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — XiTRON Technologies, producer of precision test and measurement equipment for consumer, industrial, military and aerospace applications, introduces the XT2640 Series Precision Multichannel Power Analyzer. The XT2640 Series is a powerful, accurate 4-channel testing and analyzing system for all power test applications. It provides multiple modes for analyzing harmonics / voltage / current / frequency, power and energy, Energy Star stand-by power and avionics DO-160 (E, F and G) compliance. It is configurable for 3-phase AC, DC power, or both, with either 0.03% base accuracy at 1MHz bandwidth or 0.1% at 5 MHz. The XT2460’s optional multi-unit connectivity facilitates system energy and efficiency analysis. The unit can also be configured for motor speed and torque measurements. Yet, with all of these capabilities, the XT2640 is priced far lower than competitive units.

“The XT2640 is actually three power analyzers in a single chassis with a single user interface,” said Alan Armstrong, XiTRON Technologies’ Director of Operations. “These are called Virtual Power Analyzers (VPA) or Channels. The XT2640 may have up to four channels installed, which may be any combination of channel cards and with any combination of available current input options.”

Applications for the XT2640 Series include: aerospace/military; industrial and consumer product compliance; battery research and production; motor testing; appliance performance; and transformer, ballast and power supply testing. The portable unit is well suited for regulatory agencies, testing labs, R&D labs, and instrument maintenance and repair facilities. Its multi-unit synchronization capability is also suitable for conducting energy-efficiency measurements for uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and power conversion systems, as well as for conducting extensive, synchronized power and energy facility audits.

Among its many advanced features, the new XT2640 4-channel analyzer’s optional Avionics Mode is designed to meets Airbus/Boeing requirements for airframe system compliance.

About XiTRON Technologies
XiTRON Technologies, founded in 1990, is a premier source of precision power testing and measurement equipment for industrial manufacturing and consumer electronics. Using the latest digital signal processing techniques, XiTRON’s sophisticated technology gives companies the edge in design verification and product manufacturability. XiTRON is ISO-9001:2015 certified.  Products are also typically CE marked for sale to the European Union (EU).

Company Contact:
Alan Armstrong, Director of Operations
XITRON Technologies, Inc.
Direct: 760-585-2102


SOURCE XiTRON Technologies

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Welcome Kevin Weaver

Please welcome Kevin Weaver to the Measurement Instruments Sales Team. 


Kevin is located in Blairsville, PA and will be covering Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia as a member of the Measurement Instruments Eastern Region Sales Team – including Roger Rager, Joshua Gwinn, Jason Robling and Chet Szymecki.


Kevin brings to our table (collectively):

  • An Electrical Engineering Degree from University Of Pittsburgh
  • An MBA from Saint Francis University
  • Five years in the US Marine Corps in Avionics work
  • Lead Systems Engineer for 13 years at Technology Corporation in Johnstown, PA


His education, background experience, skill sets and energy are a great matchup for the rest of the Measurement Instruments Sales Team.


Kevin reports to Roger Rager, Eastern Territory Sales Manager at Measurement Instruments.


Kevin’s contact information is:

Kevin Weaver

124 East Market St

Blairsville, PA  15717

724-459-8090 – Office    

724-388-6512 – Mobile

Magna-Power Releases 66 New Programmable DC Power Supply Models, at 25, 60, and 300 Vdc from 1.5 kW to 1000 kW+

Magna-Power Releases 66 New Programmable DC Power Supply Models, at 25, 60, and 300 Vdc from 1.5 kW to 1000 kW+

Press Release, May 24, 2016


Magna-Power Electronics, a worldwide leader in programmable DC power products, added 66 new models to its already expansive line-up of programmable DC power supplies. The new 30 Vdc, 60 Vdc, and 300 Vdc models are offered at every power level for the company’s DC power supplies, across 5 product lines from 1.5 kW to 1000 kW+. The 66 new models are available immediately at standard pricing and lead-time.

The new models come in response to customer demand for emerging DC power applications. In particular, 30 Vdc and 300 Vdc models satisfy 28 Vdc and 270 Vdc military and aerospace voltages, while providing necessary voltage overhead. The 60 Vdc models addresses battery and laser diode manufacturing applications. “With the addition of 66 new models, we tailored our product offering to meet the demands of our growing customer base,” said Michael Williams, Magna-Power’s Director of Sales. He added “Magna-Power Electronics continues to be home to the industry’s largest portfolio of programmable DC power supplies.” All models feature Magna-Power’s high-accuracy voltage and current programming, along with industry-leading line and load regulation performance.

Magna-Power’s product line of DC power supplies now spans 1.5 kW to 2000 kW+ with over 500 standard models ranging from 5 Vdc to 10,000 Vdc and from 0.2 Adc to 24,000 Adc. All Magna-Power DC power supplies models come with monitoring and control from a variety of sources, including: front panel, computer interface and an isolated DB37 analog-digital user I/O connector. A Standard Commands for Programmable Instrumentation (SCPI) command set is supported, allowing easy ASCII text programming over a computer interface. In addition, an IVI driver is included for the Visual Studio programming environment along with a dedicated National Instruments LabVIEW™ and LabWindows™ driver. Additional computer interface options include LXI TCP/IP Ethernet (+LXI), IEEE-488 GPIB (+GPIB), USB and RS-485.

All Magna-Power products are designed and manufactured at the company’s vertically integrated headquarters in Flemington, New Jersey USA. The company’s products are available directly from Magna-Power in the USA, through Magna-Power sales offices in the United Kingdom and Germany, or from a network of distributors in over 40 countries worldwide.

About Magna-Power Electronics

Magna-Power Electronics designs, and manufactures robust programmable DC power products in the USA that set industry standards for quality, size, and control. Its products can be found around the world feeding power to national laboratories, universities, and a wide range of industrial sites. The company’s experience in power electronics is reflected in its 1.25 kW to 2000 kW+ product line, quality service, and reputation for excellence.

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Office: Detroit

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Please Welcome Kvaser

Please Welcome Kvaser

Measurement Instruments announces it’s reseller agreement with Kvaser.  With over 25 years of CAN development experience and more than 60 CAN-related products to its name, Kvaser AB ( is the CAN expert, bringing its deep knowledge in the field of CAN to dozens of industry segments, including Automotive, Industrial Automation, and Medical Equipment.

As a Qualified Sales Representative for Kvaser, Measurement Instruments will distribute the full range of Kvaser CAN interfaces.  This includes CAN-to-USB, Wireless, PCI and MiniPCI, and Ethernet-connected devices.

Kvaser is headquartered in Mölndal, Sweden, with regional offices in Mission Viejo, CA in the United States, and in Shanghai, China. Kvaser AB also has a global network of highly knowledgeableTechnical Associates with software tailored for your industry.

Key Products:
KvaserLeafLightHSV2Kvaser Leaf Light HS V2 ( – Popular single-channel, CAN to USB interface.


KvaserMemoratorProfessionalHSHS Kvaser Memorator Professional HS/HS ( – Highly configurable, standalone datalogger.


KvaserEthercanLightHS Kvaser Ethercan Light HS ( Connect to your CANbus via Ethernet. 


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Kevin Weaver

Kevin Weaver

Kevin is located in Blairsville, PA and will be covering Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia as a member of the Measurement Instruments Eastern Region Sales Team – including Roger Rager, Joshua Gwinn, Jason Robling and Chet Szymecki.

Kevin brings to our table (collectively):

An Electrical Engineering Degree from University Of Pittsburgh
An MBA from Saint Francis University
Five years in the US Marine Corps in Avionics work
Lead Systems Engineer for 13 years at Technology Corporation in Johnstown, PA

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