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Offline ROBOT ALTopic starter

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Hello! I'm a the new kid on the block and I'm still confused with you measure electricity and the different units measuring electricity.

Offline Soeren

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Hi,

Hello! I'm a the new kid on the block and I'm still confused with you measure electricity and the different units measuring electricity.

"Post everything about mathematical values of electricity!"

Sorry, there's neither room for it here, nor enough available time left in my life  ;)

Start Googling some basic tutorials or go to your local public library and read read read. When you feel that letters spill out of your ears, experiment, , experiment, experiment - then read some more and experiment again and when you have a specific question, come ask it here - this is a forum, not a book  ;)
Regards,
Søren

A rather fast and fairly heavy robot with quite large wheels needs what? A lot of power?
Please remember...
Engineering is based on numbers - not adjectives

Offline Mastermime

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To measure electricity, you use a multimeter.  Multimeters main function is to measure voltage (unit=volts), current (unit=amperes), resistance (unit=ohms) and continuity.  Check out the tutorials on this website (as Soeren suggested).
« Last Edit: October 24, 2011, 04:46:12 PM by Mastermime »

 


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