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In this video, the presenter is going to review ANENG Q1 multimeter and also will be doing a quick teardown of the multimeter, showing internal components and working. Courtesy: EEVblog
What to look for in a multimeter and how to use a multimeter to measure voltage, current, resistance and continuity. In this article, the presenter will give you a very simple Multimeter tutorial that can be of great help...
In today’s world, we live in a pool of electronic instruments and gadgets that we use in our daily life extensively. In the case of minor issues with these instruments, you need not have to be an electronics expert...
Since their inception in the 1960s, digital multimeters (DMMs) have undergone many changes. With features like auto-ranging, infrared (IR) and surface-temperature measurements integrated into a single device, the DMM is no longer a tool just for measuring circuit parameters....
Choosing the right digital multimeter (DMM) requires thinking about what you will be using it for. Evaluate your basic measurement needs and job requirements and then take a look at special features/functions built into many DMMs. Think about whether...
Continued from Customised Solution for Measurements: Building a Personal Multimeter (Part-1) Once we are done measuring the voltage and current, let's take a look at the other measurable parameters that can be handled by a DMM. Resistance Measurement: There are several...
A Digital multimeter is one of the basic equipment used for Test and Measurement in electronics industries. Nowadays portable handheld multimeters are very useful in giving accurate measurement of voltage, currents, resistances and capacitances. Digital multimeters use integrated circuits...
This is Mooshimeter. A wireless multimeter and data logger that outputs results to your smartphone. Why would you want it? It lets you test and measure stuff from a distance -- very useful for cases where the device under test...
This video shows a very interesting concept of how you can build an open hardware multimeter, which lets you get considerable accuracy at a cost that is somewhat lower than existing commercial multimeters. What's special? "The meter is going to have all...