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'[OT] Good way to measure resistance'
What would be a good way to measure resistance (0 to 5 ohms) with 3 decimals
and get good accuracy +-0.001 ohm?
I discarded the A/D of a PIC 'cause it's only 8 bits, and intend to use 14
bits (at least), but I was thinking that I can use a lower bit count with
some kind of autoranging (maybe controlling a current source).
Another thing I am worried about is applying too much gain on an amplifier
(don't want to amplify noise).
Any suggestions to accomplish this?
P.S.: All this will be controlled by a PIC obviously.
At 13:45 1998-10-29 -0700, you wrote:
>What would be a good way to measure resistance (0 to 5 ohms) with 3 decimals
>and get good accuracy +-0.001 ohm?
Both Maxim and Analog devices make great dual slope and multislope
converters with 18 bit or more resolution, and full range input down to 1/2
volts or so.
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