Schuetz Messtechnik GmbH
The company SCHUETZ MESSTECHNIK GMBH was founded 1973 with the primary goal to develop high precision digital voltmeters. This undertaking successfully concluded with 5-1/2 digit high resolution and high accuracy instruments which were delivered among other institutes and companies to the PTB Braunschweig (Germany) for very special analyses.
A special version achieved more than 5000 measurements per second and represented the current state of technology at that time. It was used on Analog Computers by Telefunken Konstanz for analysing the results. These voltmeters were represented on the Hannover Trade Fair under the Label Telefunken.
The company takeover of OTTO WOLFF in Berlin, developer of Thomson-Wheatstone Bridges for measurement of very low resistances and producer of very special coaxial precision shunts for Desy Hamburg and Cern Swiss with powers of some hundred watts, established a new sector of instruments for resistance meters and lead to their main activity today.
Here their company mainly delivers instruments and equipment for the measurement on transformers, energy cables to maintain the cross section as well as special products for the aerospace sector.
Added in the meantime were special instruments for detecting the thickness of metallized plastic materials (EMC – purposes) and the surface resistance of metall sheets to detect the quality and cleanliness for proper e.g. welding of these materials.
In particular for development and research of fuel cells, lithium batteries and other rechargeable and other rechargeable power packs serve special AC- and impuls current driven digital ohmmeters.
SCHUETZ MESSTECHNIK is a member of the Berlin-Brandenburg Aerospace Alliance.See more