Test and Measurement
Globetek is the leading representative of GMC I PRO SyS Ltd products in India. The GMC I PRO SyS Ltd is famous for designing as well as manufacturing a wide range of high-performance AC as well as DC current probes. They also manufacture clamp meters that can be used with various recording instruments like multimeters and oscilloscopes. The company emphasises on using the Rogowski as well as Hall Effect technologies in their magnetic circuits to provide unmatched precision for measurement of various electrical parameters. The current probes are designed to produce an analog signal that is used in various measuring instruments.
Some places where these measuring instruments are used include:
Some key characteristics of the GMC I PRO SyS Ltd current probes include:
Accurate current measurement with an ultra-high resolution down to milliamperes
Automatic power off system to prevent damage via overheating
Compact as well as lightweight materials for use in small circuits
Noise filtering mechanism to produce accurate and consistent results
Leading Supplier of Oscilloscope Current Probes:
GMC I PRO SyS Ltd has several years of expertise in manufacturing high-quality oscilloscope current probes for industrial as well as household purposes. These current probes are available in a variety of sizes as well as measurement resolutions and can measure current from 1 milliampere up to 2000 A in DC circuits and 6000 A in AC circuits.
The standard sizes, in which the AC and DC probes are available, include 32, 25 and 12 mm. GMC I PRO SyS Ltd designs the products to measure the currents without loss.
The company manufactures the PRO~flex ACP-Series of current probes for AC measurement purposes with four different standard sizes. It also manufactures the MICRO~flex ACP-Series with three different standard sizes.
Genuine Supplier of Multimeter Current Probes:
GMC I PRO SyS Ltd also manufactures high-quality multimeter current probes for industrial as well as household purposes. These current probes are available in a variety of sizes as well as measurement resolutions and can measure current from 1 milliampere up to 2000 A in DC circuits and 6000 A in AC circuits.