## Basic Electrical Measurements |

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If everything goes well, the conversion or conversions are

instruments, when the use of a sensing element with a nonlinear output is

inevitable, the results can be linearized by a complementary nonlinear

component; or in digital ...

If everything goes well, the conversion or conversions are

**linear**. In someinstruments, when the use of a sensing element with a nonlinear output is

inevitable, the results can be linearized by a complementary nonlinear

component; or in digital ...

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It is more comfortable to use a multiturn potentiometer instead of a

The calculation is the same. Example 7.2 Calculate V, if V = 1.507 V and the

setting of the 10-tum potentiometer is 4.765 (zero setting is when the wiper is at 0

).

It is more comfortable to use a multiturn potentiometer instead of a

**linear**resistor.The calculation is the same. Example 7.2 Calculate V, if V = 1.507 V and the

setting of the 10-tum potentiometer is 4.765 (zero setting is when the wiper is at 0

).

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Expressed in Terms of Expressed in Terms of Other SI Base and Quantity

Description Units Supplementary Units Area square meter m2 m2 Volume cubic

meter m3 ma Speed

second ...

Expressed in Terms of Expressed in Terms of Other SI Base and Quantity

Description Units Supplementary Units Area square meter m2 m2 Volume cubic

meter m3 ma Speed

**Linear**meter per second m/s m • s"1 Angular radian persecond ...

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### Contents

THE PERMANENT MAGNET MOVING COIL | 37 |

VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS | 53 |

CURRENT MEASUREMENT | 85 |

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