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Low Resistance Ohmeters
We have a wide range of Low Resistance Ohmmeters to cater to every situation. Our range includes the industry leaders in testing equipment including T and R testing, Megger and Cropico, bringing you the best quality products with the best technical innovations. We also supply a range of clips and other accessories, as well as software to help you analyse and utilise your results.
Low Resistance Ohmmeters allow the user to test electrical resistance. They work in a variety of ways but most commonly they measure the amount of resistance by passing a small current through the device, this in turn allows them to measure the amount of electrical current flowing through the device and determining its functionality.