coulombmeter


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coulombmeter

[′kü‚läm‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument that measures quantity of electricity in coulombs by integrating a stored charge in a circuit which has very high input impedance.
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Sometimes, charge is measured on a continuous basis, such as when using the coulombmeter to measure very low current.
The voltage burden of a feedback coulombmeter is generally quite low (less than 100 microvolts).
The noise gain of the coulombmeter can be calculated from this equation: