How to Use Your Swain Meter™

Procedure for Testing on Offshore Structures

An extensive quality assurance procedure for Cathodic Protection System Testing– Anode output measurements using a Swain Automer meter.

How to Get Better Accuracy with a Clamp-on Direct Current Ammeter

Solving cathodic protection problems. This abbreviated paper discusses: How much lost current can you find? What is the resolution and accuracy?

Structure, Durability, and Accuracy of a Permanently Mounted and Buried Clamp-on Direct Current Ammeter

The structure of the MER™ Meter type clamps; why we expect they will continue to work satisfactorily for a lot longer than 3 years; what accuracy and resolution can be expected.

Use and Accuracy of a Clamp-on Direct Current Ammeter

Solving cathodic protection problems. How much lost current can you find? What is the resolution? Accuracy? Zero.

Line Current Monitor

Mr. Joe Maxwell has written on how to find electrical contacts on gas pipelines [Materials Performance, April 1999, page 33]. My emphasis here is related, but somewhat different. This paper relates to knowing of the contact, when contact occurred, and a lot more.

How to Save Time Locating and Measuring Interference Current from a Foreign Line

The structure of the MER™ Meter type clamps; why we expect they will continue to work satisfactorily for a lot longer than 3 years; what accuracy and resolution can be expected.

Pipeline Protection with Clamp-On DC & AC Ammeters

Clamp-on DC and AC ammeters are used by corrosion engineers and others to accurately measure actual pipe and cable current — on the line — during normal operations. This saves time and trouble.

Clip and Read Measurement of Offdraw Current in a Vehicular Battery

On a production line an objective is to measure the 20 mA offdraw current accurately and quickly in each of a group of similar vehicles.

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