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DC/AC Circuits Student Guide: Agilent U3000 Digital Multimeter Lab Activity Part 2


This 5-page resource, provided by Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center (MATEC), is the second in a series of three lab activities that are part of the DC/AC Circuits course. This activity covers the basic theory and operation of a lab digital multimeter (DMM). The activity is focused on using the DMM as a tool to measure voltage, current, and resistance. DMM measurement theory, terminology, and operation are stressed. The following sections are included: Purpose, Systems Rationale, System Concepts, Learning Outcomes, Prerequisite Knowledge and Skills, Learning Objectives, Process Overview, Performance Review, Lab Preparation, and more. Parts one and three of this lab series as well as the DC/AC Circuits course are all available to view separately. 

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