"Absolute measurement error" service allows you to estimate the measurement accuracy considering uncertainty (error) in the absolute value. It’s important if you take measurements at the range edge when the error value contributes to the value displayed on the device screen.
To get the value range it’d be enough to enter the estimate of the value under measurement into Value input field and to see the range of possible values taking all of the standardized errors into consideration.
Note: a point is used as a separator of the integer and fractional part.
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The antique voltmeter is in good condition. It will fit in private or museum collection of scientific instruments of the last century.
Retail price : $399.00
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This antique electromechanical voltmeter has 2 scales that represent two analogue measuring ranges from 0 to 6 and from 0 to 120 V.
The front panel of the voltmeter has an arrow indicating the scale of the measurements 6 V or 120 V. The voltmeter has two probes, labeled black and white, and a cord that goes from the top of the instrument. The instrument is in the form of bulb, this design was very common at the beginning of the last century. On top of the instrument has a special ring - the holder. The unit can be hung on a chain, like a pocket watch.
Made in Germany. Approximate year 1910-1914.
This antique electromechanical voltmeter has 2 scales that represent two analogue measuring ranges from 0 to 6 and from 0 to 120 V...