Also, this device can be called: E613, E6 13, E 613.
E6-13 teraommetr designed to measure the DC resistance of between 10 ohms and 1012 ohms at a constant current value flowing through the object to be measured (linear scale), and in the range of 1012 ohms on 1014 ohms at constant voltage (10 B) on the object to be measured (inversely proportional to the scale).
Structurally teraommetry E6-13 are in the form of a portable unit in an unified table housing.
Resistance measurement range from 10 ohms to 1012 ohms at ispolzovaniilineynoy scale subbands overlaps with upper limits: 102; 3·102; 103; 3·103; 104; 3·104; 105; 3·105; 106; 3·106; 107; 3·107; 108; 3·108; 109; 3·109; 1010; 3·1010; 1011; 3·1011; 1012 ohms.
Range of resistance measurement using inverse proportion to the scale of 1012 ohms to 1014 ohms overlapping ranges with upper limits 1013 ohms and 1014 ohms.
The basic error in the measurement of the linear scale, expressed as a percentage of the final value assigned subband measurements:
- On the ranges with upper limits of measurement from 1010 ohms to 108 ohms - no more than ±2,5%;
- On the ranges with upper limits of measurement from 3.10 8 ohms to 1011 ohms - no more than ±4%;
- On the ranges with upper limits of measurement from 3.1011 ohms 1012 ohms - no more than ± 6%.
The main error of the instrument on the sub-band with an upper limit on 1013 ohms and 1014 ohm when measured with an inverse scale, expressed as a percentage of the length of the working end of the scale - no more than ±15%.
Working length inversely proportional to the scale - 60 mm.
Power consumption E6-13 - 15 VA.
Warming-up time - no more than 30 min.
MTBF - 1000 hrs.
Continuous operation time - 8 hours.
- output voltage - 100 mV ± 2,5%;
- output resistance - 1000 ohms ± 2,5%.
Dimensions E6-13 - no more 155x210x300 mm.
Weight - not more than 5 kg.
Ambient temperature - +10° C to +35° C.
Relative humidity - 80%.
Pressure - 750±30 mm Hg. Art.
Mains voltage - 220±22 V.
Mains frequency - 50 Hz±0,5.
Teraohmeters E6-13 can carry out measurements in the laboratory and workshop environments.