Portable and Handheld Instruments

  • The wide variety of our DMM line provides the customer with different functions and accuracy depending on the requirements.

  • Yokogawa continues to grow its calibrator line, from pressure, T/C, RTD, Volts, Amps, Frequency, and now introduces the Process Calibrator: CA450.

  • Our Power monitor series allows the customer to use a portable recording device to measure voltage, current, watts, VARs, VA, PF, PA, frequency, harmonics, and demand.

  • With our 16 models of different clamp-on testers, Yokogawa provides the right tool for the job.

  • Yokogawa provides many precision instruments for calibrating and monitoring.

  • Yokogawa offers many varieties of Insulation testers, from our “Hand Crank” version to our Analog and Digital 1000V versions.

  • Our Earth Ground Testers provide simple accurate measurement of earth resistance.

  • Our Lux meters are devices used for measuring brightness.

  • Yokogawa offers a wide range of portable Analog and Volt meters for making measurements on the go.

  • Our Digital Thermometers come in single function or two channel multi-function styles.

  • Accessories for digital multimeters include various voltage and current transformers, clamp-on current probes, and a selection of test leads.

  • The CA300 Series is a high accuracy source and measure portable handheld calibrator used to inspect and maintain the accuracy of control devices such as temperature controllers, temperature transmitters, temperature sensors and other process devices which are used in process plants, industry machinery, and manufacturing. Available in 3 models, the CA310, CA320, and CA330 provide an ergonomic and friendly user-interface making it easy to use.

  • The Yokogawa CW500 is a portable power meter that utilizes current clamp-on probes, navigation screens and quick start guides. These features enable user-friendly power consumption and power quality measurements in the field that conform to IEC61000-4-30 Class S.

  • Out meters accessories, including shunts, allow instruments to measure current by reading the voltage drop across these resistors.


After a disastrous 2009, the large publicly held test companies enjoyed booming business in 2010.



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