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Resistivity Meter

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Digital Resistance Meter-Generic

Digital Resistance Meter-Generic
  • Digital Resistance Meter-Generic
  • Digital Resistance Meter-Generic
  • Digital Resistance Meter-Generic
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Product Details:

BrandAnvic system
Dimension274 x 250 x 124 mm
BuzzerIt will give sound when resistance value low or high (out of specification)
DisplayDigital, 4 digit
Country of OriginMade in India

A digital resistance meter is an electronic device used to measure electrical resistance in a circuit or component. It typically utilizes digital technology to provide accurate readings of resistance values. Here's a generic description of its components and functionality:

  1. Display: The resistance meter features a digital display, which shows the measured resistance value. This display can be in the form of an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) or LED (Light Emitting Diode) panel.

  2. Measurement Range Selector: This selector allows the user to choose the appropriate measurement range based on the expected resistance value of the component under test. It may have multiple ranges (e.g., ohms, kiloohms, megaohms) to accommodate various types of resistors.

  3. Probes: The meter is equipped with probes that are connected to the circuit or component being measured. These probes typically have sharp tips to ensure good contact and accurate readings.

  4. Function Buttons: Function buttons are used to control various settings and features of the resistance meter. Common functions include power on/off, range selection, hold, and mode selection (e.g., manual or auto-ranging).

  5. Accuracy and Precision: A good resistance meter should provide accurate and precise measurements within a specified tolerance range. The accuracy of the meter is usually indicated in terms of a percentage of the reading or in ohms.

  6. Battery or Power Source: Most digital resistance meters are battery-powered for portability and convenience. They may use disposable batteries or rechargeable ones, depending on the model.

  7. Auto Power Off: To conserve battery life, many resistance meters have an auto power-off feature that shuts down the device after a period of inactivity.

  8. Calibration: Some resistance meters may require periodic calibration to maintain accuracy. Calibration ensures that the meter produces reliable measurements over time.

  9. Safety Features: Safety features such as overload protection and insulation on probes are essential to prevent damage to the meter and ensure user safety, especially when working with high-resistance circuits.

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