electronic multimeter

electronic multimeter

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′məl·tē‚mēd·ər]
(electronics)
A multimeter that uses semiconductor or electron-tube circuits to drive a conventional multiscale meter.
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It is the electronic multimeter. And all I can say is, please do not, under any circumstances, put one on your pressie list.
John Land, a high school astronomy and science teacher in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, connected a solar cell to an electronic multimeter to monitor the progress of the eclipse.
The contract is for the supply of laboratory equipment: a set to study the waves and mechanical vibrations (1 set), silomierzy with digital readout (2 pcs.), Set to examine the rights Malusa (1 set), handheld LCR meter (2 pcs.) precision LCR meter (1 pc.), universal multimeters (6 pcs.), a set of electronic multimeters (1 set), multimeters with a resolution of 6.5 digits (2 pcs.), a set of measures (1 set consists of 10 pieces.
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