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The MI 9311A multi value DC current shunt is the latest development in the series of DC resistors and shunts from Measurements International (MI).
After many years of research into low resistance value materials, the MI 9311A gives you the best performance of what is currently available on the market. Combined with MI’s experience in the field of automated measurements at high current levels, accuracies of <0.01% can be achieved at full power.
There are a total of nine current ranges.
The process selected in the treatment of the element ensures the best performance without introducing self-heating errors with improved temperature coefficients. The elements are supported on an insulating base for mechanical stability and covered with perforated metal to ensure optimum cooling.
Special attention has been paid to the process of curing the elements and reducing the overall temperature coefficient.
Optimal surface dissipates the maximum specified power. The MI 9311A can be used as a power shunt or as a set of standard resistors. The instrument is used in an air environment.
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