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e·lec·trom·e·ter

(ĕ-lek-tromĕ-tĕr)
A device for measuring the electromotive force (voltage) of a source of electricity.

e·lec·trom·e·ter

(ĕ-lek-tromĕ-tĕr)
A device for measuring the electromotive force (voltage) of a source of electricity.
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Offering better than 200-T[OMEGA] input resistance, the electrometer versions can source up to [+ or -] 1,000 V (with 700-[micro]V minimum resolution) and measure up to 10 P[OMEGA].
The charge measurement range of most electrometers can be extended through the use of the external feedback mode, which allows use of an external device as the electrometer's feedback element.
Roukes of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena fashioned the miniature electrometer out of silicon.
The coulomb's function of an electrometer can be used with a step voltage source to measure capacitance levels ranging from <10pF to hundreds of nanofarads.
mid) annex mi-003 electrometers and within the meaning of decree 358/2013 laying down the procedure and conditions for the introduction and operation of intelligent metering systems in electrical energy 4.
Initial applications for such SETs may be for memory and special applications in metrology, including highly sensitive electrometers, and primary thermometers.
Contract award notice: Delivery of single phase electrometers for direct connection to a switching relay and built-in plc modem for s-fsk modulation, Three-phase active and reactive energy meters for indirect connection with built-in.
To detect tiny electrical signals at the low end of the range, highly sensitive, high-resolution instruments such as electrometers, picoammeters, and nano-voltmeters are required.
Contract award notice: "supply of three-phase quadruple electrometers for indirect measurement with distance communication," c "class for active energy and" 1,0 "or" 2,0 "for reactive energy, (bulgaria-sofia: Electricity meters)