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MI 4310 temperature stabilized resistance standard is a series of a ten-element precision resistance standards. There are two versions available with different accuracies. Model 4310 ensures that you get the best performance available on the market today. Combined with MI’s experience in automated resistance measurement, the 4310 is a temperature-controlled ten-element resistance reference. The ten resistor elements are for the range of 0.1Ω to 100MΩ. The resistance elements are housed in a single temperature-controlled chamber and offer excellent stability and extremely low temperature coefficients.
Each resistor element is accessible from the rear with four-wire connection connectors, which are suitable for banana plugs, fork connectors or wires. Resistance values other than the decade values above are also available. The resistor elements, mounted in the housing, are the same elements used in the MI 9331 series standard air resistors. The temperature coefficient of these resistors has been reduced by regulating the temperature of the internal housing to provide excellent long-term stability.
The resistance elements remain at 30 degrees Celsius, with a temperature range from 18 to 28 degrees Celsius. Other room temperatures are also available. You can use the 4310 model as a tabletop model or can be mounted in a standard 19-inch instrument rack.
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