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Unformatted text preview: ±(0.4% + 1) ±(0.4% + 1) ±(0.7% + 1) ±(0.7% + 1) ±(1.0% + 3) ±(1.0% + 10) ±(0.2% + 2)2 ±(0.2% + 1) ±(0.2% + 1) ±(0.6% + 1) ±(0.6% + 1) ±(1.0% + 3) ±(1.0% + 10) ±(0.2% + 2)2 ±(0.2% + 1) ±(0.2% + 1) ±(0.6% + 1) ±(0.6% + 1) ±(1.0% + 3) ±(1.0% + 10) mV e nS 1. 2. See the first sentence in Table 11 for a complete explanation of accuracy. When using the REL ∆ function to compensate for offsets. Figure 4: Accuracy of the meter for dc volts and resistance 44 Specifications Table 12. Model 83 AC Voltage Function Specifications Function K 2 Range 400.0 mV 4.000 V 40.00 V 400.0 V 1000 V Accuracy1 Resolution 0.1 mV 0.001 V 0.01 V 0.1 V 1V 50 Hz - 60 Hz ±(0.5% + 4) ±(0.5% + 2) ±(0.5% + 2) ±(0.5% + 2) ±(0.5% + 2) 1. 2. 1 kHz - 5 kHz ±(2.0% + 4) ±(2.0% + 4) ±(2.0% + 4) ±(2.0% + 4)3 unspecified See the first sentence in Table 11 for a complete explanation of accuracy. Below a reading of 200 counts, add 10 counts. 3. 45 Hz - 1 kHz ±(1.0% + 4) ±(1.0% + 4) ±(1.0% + 4) ±(1.0% + 4) ±(1.0% + 4) Frequency rang...
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## This note was uploaded on 02/13/2014 for the course PHYS 2055 taught by Professor Drayethiraj during the Winter '14 term at Memorial University.

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