Wagner ground

Wagner ground

[′wag·nər ‚grau̇nd]
(electricity)
A ground connection used with an alternating-current bridge to minimize stray capacitance errors when measuring high impedances; a potentiometer is connected across the bridge supply oscillator, with its movable tap grounded. Also known as Wagner earth connection.
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