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E-meter

Dianetics
A device that measures galvanic skin responses in a client being counselled for traumatic memories, known to Scientologists as “engrams”.
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An approval was also accorded for e-meters to be introduced for electricity and gas bills.
They are used in extensive range of automotive, consumer electronics, and industrial applications including indicators, gearsticks, joysticks, e-meters and control knobs.
More modern meters, known as E-meters, measure energy consumption using electronic technology.
e-Meters, energy monitoring, gas/water/heat meters, automated meter reading), among others.
To anyone impervious to the lure of Dianetics, watching doe-eyed tykes expound on engrams, the C-Org, preclears and e-meters (the workings of which are demonstrated in a puppet show) will be funny even without the arched eyebrows implicit in this venture.
Senior members are also asked to sign "billion-year" contracts and undergo tests using bizarre "e-meters" - a kind of lie detector.
With these features, plus an integrated LCD driver and numerous other peripherals, the PIC24F "GA3" devices are presented as enabling more efficient, less expensive designs in the Consumer (thermostats, door locks, home automation); industrial (security, wired and wireless sensors, industrial controls); medical (portable medical devices, diagnostic equipment); and metering markets (e-Meters, energy monitoring, gas/water/heat meters, automated meter reading).
They also refute the suspicions of outsiders about the manner in which Scientology members "audit" others with E-meters as they strive to rid themselves of "body thetans" so that they can become "clear."
The mixed-signal MSP430FE42x family of products integrates an embedded signal processor (ESP), well suited for single-phase e-meters. The ESP provides a 0.1 percent accurate energy measurement over a dynamic current range of 1000 to 1.