Analog multimeters are in different shapes and styles on the market are analog multimeter in various shapes and styles on the market. The PCE Germany GmbH offers very inexpensive multimeter as the only way, relatively easily and accurately to determine sizes of electricity. Analog multimeters PCE Germany GmbH are State of the art devices that are equipped with a rotary coil measuring. They are used in schools, training companies, laboratories, universities and in the field of research. There are analog and digital multimeters, gauges for various measures and areas in a single device.
Multi meter find mostly their availability as a voltmeter and ammeter. An ohmmeter is usually the basic equipment. The analog multimeter users often boast of fast Visual scanning of measured values, the easy recognition of trends and the Central display with rapidly fluctuating temperatures measured. Analog multimeters are divided into accuracy classes. At the They exhibit a maximum error of plus or minus 1% of full scale in the respective measuring range accuracy class 1.
The measuring ranges of the rotating coil meters are located at DC voltages from 100mV to 1000 V, for currents from 100 A to 10 A. Very high quality devices show even smaller areas to the part. For voltage measurements, analog multimeters typically exhibit a much lower internal resistance than digital multimeters. This can lead to deviations from high-impedance voltage sources. The influence of internal resistance for current and voltage measurement can be reduced by built-in amplifier. For the measurement of the resistance, analog multimeters are equipped with a battery as a power source. More sizes can measure analog multimeter via external sensors that signal as output have an mV for example. External sensors for analog multimeters are available in the sizes of sound, light or temperature, as well as other sizes such as speed, pressure, air speed and power (via a transducer pliers).