History

History

2013
2013

2013

2013

“Electron d’Or” awarded to the PEL 100loggers.“Electron de bronze” awarded to the Digiflex® sensors

2012
2012

2012

2012

Innovation with TrueInrush to measure all Inrush currents.Marketing of the PEL 100 power loggers and the smallest field oscilloscope, the Handscope

2009
2009

2009

2009

New C.A 6116 electrical installation testers

2004
2004

2004

2004

Launch of the SCOPIX family of portable METRIX oscilloscopes with isolated channels

2001
2001

2001

2001

Introduction of the QUALISTAR® family of three-phase electrical network analysers

1994
1994

1994

1994

The C.A 6411 & C.A 6413 earth clampsinaugurate a new concept: instantaneous testing of interconnected earth loops

1989
1989

1989

1989

PROWATT-3 programmable power analyser. Already in a site-proof box and equipped with a wide range of accessories (clamps, leads, online printer, etc.)

1985
1985

1985

1985

Design and marketing of the TERCA ground tester

1982
1982

1982

1982

CONPA Series Multimeters accepting multiple adapters for luxmetern sound-level meter and thermo-anemometers functions, etc.

1968
1968

1968

1968

Introduction of the STATOP temperature controller, the standard for several generations of heat engineers

1960
1960

1960

1960

Invention of the Monoc universal tester, with a single switch and dial. The standard for several generations of electricians

1952
1952

1952

1952

The Cellaphot, an ultra-lightweight exposure meter, was built into cameras

1947
1947

1947

1947

Remote temperature measurement with the Pyroptique disappearing-filament optical thermometer

1936
1936

1936

1936

Invention of the first Exposemetre for photographers, which would evolve into the exposure meter

1934
1934

1934

1934

Invention of the transformer clamp, the first current clamp

1927
1927

1927

1927

Invention and patenting of the universal tester, the ancestor of the multimeter

1905
1905

1905

1905

Invention of the magneto ohmmeter. In 1923, the measurement was made independent of the speed of rotation of the magneto