electrostatic voltmeter

electrostatic voltmeter

[i′lek·trə‚stad·ik ′vōlt‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
A voltmeter in which the voltage to be measured is applied between fixed and movable metal vanes; the resulting electrostatic force deflects the movable vane against the tension of a spring.
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a designer and manufacturer of high-voltage power amplifiers and high-performance electrostatic instruments, sensors and monitors, announces the introduction of a new hand-held 2 kV electrostatic voltmeter which enables high-accuracy voltage measurement - in contacting or non-contacting mode - with virtually zero charge transfer.
These companies find necessary the use of more robust process assessment tools, such as an electrostatic voltmeter and ESD event detectors.
The charge was estimated using a device similar to the Faraday cylinder; the deposited material was shaken down into the inner chamber, which was connected to the electrostatic voltmeter.
The company created and patented the feedback-nulled electrostatic voltmeter, which led to an increasing involvement in static-charge detection and measurement.
Trek's product, a special electrostatic voltmeter designed for this space project, will measure the surface voltage on the satellite to validate and confirm that the ELF is effective in reducing discharge events.
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a designer and manufacturer of high-voltage amplifiers and electrostatic voltmeters will introduce its newest Electrostatic Chuck Supply - Trek Model 646 - at Booth #738 at SVC TechCon 2013 being held in the Providence, Rhode Island Convention Center, April 23-24, 2013.