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VMVirus Manifesto (website)
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The objectives of this paper is to discuss the principle of using TestPointTM and to describe a simple program developed in TestPointTM integrated with a high resolution voltmeter to calibrate sensors against standards.
* You can buy an inexpensive voltmeter and copper wire at most hardware stores.
An ideal voltmeter has infinite input impedance, thus acting as an open circuit.
Technical literature is short of detailed information on voltmeter readouts methods.
As a vehicle for implementing the CSL algorithm, a NIST scientist then applied it using the data acquisition software that he had developed in conjunction with the NIST Wideband Sampling Voltmeter (WSV).
Lascar Electronics has introduced its SP5 1710-BL Voltmeter with a large, clear LCD that shows a 17-position "analog" style display.
Other examples of interest were examined for this purpose, including the data from a thermal-based voltmeter. Using a 45-parameter model, the NN modeling showed significantly better results than linear modeling when the number of test points was less than 62.
Using four separate leads to connect the voltmeter and current source to the device eliminates lead resistance because the voltmeter doesn't measure the voltage drop across the source leads.
This module is a 3 1/2 digit, LED voltmeter with a 0.31" digit height that combines low current consumption with a compact body design no bigger than a standard LED block.
The NIST wideband sampling voltmeter is a precision equivalent-time waveform digitizing instrument for making accurate measurements of repetitive signals ranging in frequency from 10 Hz to 200 MHz.