Overview

The main task of Division of Electricity and Magnetism is to develop and maintain national standards of electrical units. To meet the requirements from industrial and economic development, we provide calibration services and participate in international comparisons. Recent research works focus on watt balance, AC JVS, new type calculable capacitance,high frequency power & energy standard and standard of electrical car charging devices.

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News and Events

  • Division Attended CPEM, 2012

    Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurement (CPEM) was held in Washington DC from July 1 to July 6, 2012. CPEM is one of the most important meetings in electromagnetic metrology every two years.

     

  • Project of the Division Passed Mid-term Inspection

    project, Research on Measurement Techniques and Standards of Charging Facilities for Electric Vehicles, supported by National High-Tech Research and Development Program of China (863 Program) has passed the midterm inspection on November 4, 2012....

  • Time Constant Standard of Four-terminal Shunt Was Established

    A project undertaken by Division of Electricity and Magnetism on research of time constant standard of four-terminal shunt was concluded by AQSIQ on Feb 27, 2012.

  • NRC Officer Visited the Division

    14 to November 3, 2012, Dr. Eddy So from National Research Council (NRC) Canada was invited to visit and work at NIM China. As a principal research officer of NRC and an IEEE Fellow, Dr. Eddy So is in charge of a High Voltage Power/Energy Measurem...