ohmmeter


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ohmmeter

 [ōm´me-ter]
an instrument that measures electrical resistance in ohms.

ohm·me·ter

(ōm'ē-tĕr),
An instrument for determining the resistance, in ohms, of a conductor.

ohmmeter

/ohm·me·ter/ (ōm´me-ter) an instrument that measures electrical resistance in ohms.

ohmmeter

an instrument that measures electrical resistance in ohms.
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The rugged unit is part of Cropico's digital micro ohmmeter range.
If the ohmmeter reads less than one megohm, remove the knurled nut that holds the control box cover in place and remove the cover.
Be prepared with the proper instruments and tools: a reliable amprobe for measuring voltage and current; megohmmeter for checking insulation resistance or detecting water intrusion; and an ohmmeter for measuring and checking continuity of windings.
Another method for checking probe planarity is by using an ohmmeter.
A quick check with an ohmmeter led me to an excellent solution.
I then pulled out an ohmmeter and checked to see if the cables might be mislabeled.
Another method to determine when a cut is successfully completed is to use an ohmmeter connected to either end of the area to be cut; once the cut is completed, the device will indicate the discontinuity of current.
They test the system and wiring, using testing devices, such as an ohmmeter and a voltmeter.
Then they find that module in the software and proceed to build a series circuit, determine the series current through each resistor or element, find the voltage across each resister and look at the series through sophisticated simulations of various instruments: an ammeter to measure current, a voltmeter to measure voltage, an ohmmeter to measure resistance and an oscilloscope that lets students see voltage wave forms with instantaneous values.
An ohmmeter is then connected to the power coil and the ground rods.
We planned to give each participant a multimeter--a combination voltmeter, ohmmeter, and ammeter-to use on a dummy circuit board consisting of resistors, LEDs, and test points.