Japanese Precision since 1935
HIOKI's founder Mizo Hioki began manufacturing electrical indicating meters in Tokyo’s Minato Ward in 1935. Since then, HIOKI has become one of the largest test and electrical measuring instrument manufacturers in Japan with a strong recognition in Asia and and an increasing global presence. HIOKI aims to act as a measuring instrument manufacturer that can facilitate people’s safety and peace of mind while contributing to the development of industry.
The product portfolio of HIOKI ranges from handheld DMMs, clamp meters, loggers, battery testers, to high-end impendance analyzers measuring up to 3GHz, current sensors measuring 800A at 4MHz, memory recorders, power meters and power analyzers as well as automatic test equipment like flying probe testers. As an engineering driven company HIOKI is proud to design and manufacture products primarily at HIOKI's headquarters in the Nagano prefecture of Japan. Having engineering, production and quality control all at the same location is a key ingredient for HIOKI's ability to create precision instruments made in Japan with a superb build quality.
HIOKI's global network of regional organisations and sales partners ensures local customer support and after-sales services for customers.
HIOKI's RM2610 Electrode Resistance Meter is great to describe why "precision" is perfect to describe what HIOKI stands for: The pins you see on the image are 46 probe pins spread over the area of a single square millimeter