Great Value in Test & Measurement
HAMEG Instruments GmbH prides itself on over 50 years of a successful company history. Since the company’s foundation in 1957, the name HAMEG stands for innovation, user friendliness, longevity, high quality of workmanship, and especially for an excellent price-to-performance ratio. The independent company, a member of the Rohde & Schwarz Group since April 2005, is located at Mainhausen near Frankfurt Germany and develops, manufactures and distributes its electronic measuring instruments via a global network of competent service and sales partners in more than 60 countries.
The product portfolio includes analog, digital and mixed-signal oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, power supplies, instruments which can be integrated in measurement systems (such as counters, LCR bridges, power analyzers, RF and arbitrary generators) as well as the popular modular system. All HAMEG instruments conform to the standard width of 285 mm, so stacks of several instruments are possible, due to this feature and the compact sizes they require little space in the working area. This is also valid for the new generations of the flat HMO series TFT oscilloscopes and the flat HMS series of TFT spectrum analyzers.
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HAMEG customers come from industry, science, service, small businesses, schools and universities and, last not least, due to the good price-to-performance ratio, from the many ambitioned hobbyists. Numerous generations of professional engineers, technicians and craftsmen used HAMEG instruments during their training in basic and also in advanced applications of measurement technology.
The enduring success of the HAMEG instruments is based upon the principles of Sensitivity, Accuracy, Quality and, last not least, Simplicity. The company’s philosophy is to design electronic measuring instruments which not only guarantee excellent performance and reliability but also offer the greatest possible flexibility, which is of equal importance in the every day laboratory, test and production applications. HAMEG measuring instruments concentrate on the essentials. The operation of the instruments is intentionally kept as simple as possible without renouncing on important functions.
History of HAMEG Instruments