TEGAM 1750 at American Physical Society (APS)

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TEGAM 1750 at American Physical Society (APS)

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The American Physical Society (APS) held its March 2010 meeting in Portland, Oregon. TEGAM assisted J micro Technology, Inc. in its booth. J micro demonstrated their affordable Laboratory Microprobing Station Model LMS-2709 using the TEGAM Model 1750 Micro Ohm Meter. Using the precision positioners and microscope of the probing station J micro positioned the probes on the leads to a thermistor (approximately 3 microns across). The probes were connected to the TEGAM Model 1750. Tegam uses this J micro probing station and the TEGAM 1750 for incoming quality checks and sorting of thermistors used in TEGAM RF power sensors.

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