An Introduction to Electrical Instrumentation and by B.A. Gregory

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Morris, Digital Electronic Circuits and Systems (Macmillan, London and Basingstoke, 1974) 52 AN INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION 5 D. Moralee, Floppy discs, the storage medium for microprocessor systems, Electronics Power, 24 (1978) 637-41 6 K. s, Electronics Power, 24 (1978) 647-52 7 R. Squires, An introduction to microprocessors. Kent tech. , 2S (1979) 20-4 8 E. Huggins, Microprocessors and Microcomputers, their use and programming (Macmillan, London and Basingstoke, 1979) 9 G. F. , 12S (1978) 10 J.

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4. 17 used two different measurements to obtain a value for the resistor closer to the true value than either of the individual measurements. Sometimes it is possible to use the nominal or manufacturer's value and a measured value to perform a similar exercise. 4. 02 per cent ± 5 per cent Acceptable Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Example A capacitor has a nominal value of 220 pF ± 5 pF. If it was measured as 216 pF ± 1 per cent, postulate a value for the capacitor, together with a suitable tolerance.

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