In the meter section you can find information about various meters that are designed to measure resistance in a circuit (ohmmeter), or to measure electrical parameters of a supply circuit in the form of phase angle, power, voltage or current, without disturbing the circuit and without interrupting it (clamp meter). Another variety of meter is the LCR Meter, which is used to measure inductance, capacitance and resistance of a component, sensor or other device whose operation depends on capacitance, inductance or resistance (LCR stands for inductance (L), capacitance (C) and resistance (R))
On this page we have gathered for you an overviews of the different measuring instruments that are required for different kinds of work on electrical devices or electrical circuits.
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When you are looking for devices for testing electronics, you will find a wide range of testing equipment like voltmeter, ammeter, ohmmeter, etc. that can be used to check different aspects of a typical wiring connection like current, resistance, and voltage. One of these devices, the ohmmeter, can be used for circuit testing. However, choosing […]
Electronic components are very important parts of electronic systems that must work efficiently. These components are individual industrial devices that impact the electron movement in electrical systems. Many passive and active components combine to form these devices. To ensure that the internal components of these devices are perfect, several instruments are used. One such instrument […]
In order to test your electronic devices, you need different types of instruments like voltmeter, ohmmeter, ammeter, etc. They can be used to test circuit properties like the voltage, resistance, and current to see if all the connections are correct. For expert technicians, it is not enough to just read a testing instrument. You cannot […]
For individuals working with electrical systems, it is vital to measure the current flow in a circuit or a contact. It tells them that the circuit is live and also allows them to calculate power consumption. While such measurements were earlier hazardous and quite difficult, these days we have sophisticated instruments that allow for safe […]