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TREK: Noncontacting Electrostatic Voltmeter

May 2, 2005
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TREK, INC. recently introduced a new high-performance, non-contacting electrostatic voltmeter -- Model 400 -- that provides greater accuracy, faster speed of response and other user-friendly features. This product responds to the need of the electrophotography industry for increased accuracy and speed for electrostatic voltage measurement. Model 400 is intended for use by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for electrophotography quality control; by industry R&D in the development of new electrophotographic products; and by university and industrial R&D for the purpose of exploring new technologies, techniques and applications relating to electrostatics. Model 400 also addresses the need for highly accurate static charge measurement/monitoring in other applications, such as manufacturing or research environments that are highly sensitive to static charge and/or electrostatic discharge events, and the problems they cause.

For details on specifications, customizing options or other information, call (585) 798-3140 or e-mail sales@trekinc.com.

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