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KELVIN AND WHEATSTONE BRIDGE, 1948

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KELVIN AND WHEATSTONE BRIDGE, 1948

Used for measuring an unknown resistance.
The Kelvin portion enables reading accurately very low resistance (below 1 Ohm). The Kelvin Bridge makes allowances for the high currents used for measuring very low resistances, as heat generated can cause errors.

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