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Arduino as a voltmeter

I need to read DC voltages between -2.5 V and 2.5 V with Arduino. I have read that an op-amp in inverting configuration (below) can be used to add a DC component. Therefore, I have thought about using ...
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Is it safe to connect an oscilloscope to a Power over Ethernet line?

I have found that PoE uses isolated power delivery. If I splice into my ethernet cable, will I be able to hook up a scope to one of the 8 lines inside safely without frying anything? The scope and the ...
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Using transformer secondaries for audio amp

I have a old XFR out of a audio amp and want to repurpose it for another DIY amp project using the lm3876. There is a 5 pin connector for the secondaries, I checked voltage potentials across all 5 ...
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Read in Arduino negative and positive voltages in a wider range

I need to read DC voltages on Arduino that can vary between -15V and 15V. As far as I know, Arduino can only read positive voltage values ​​between 0-5V. I thought of using a voltage divider with a ...
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How can I measure the output of a voltage booster circuit?

I made this circuit, which was described on-line as a "transformerless Joule Thief." I was able to light four LEDs of varying forward-voltage in series, but I couldn't figure out how to use ...
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Noise in measurement

I'm having a problem when I measure a voltage from a lead battery. I provide my circuit so you can understand better whats happening. For example I measure a 24 V battery, goes to a resistor divider ...
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Voltage variation in the output of Differential Amplifier

I am working in low side current sensing differential amplifier circuit. VA is connected to ground and resistance R2 is also connected to ground but both the grounds are not same then there is voltage ...
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Are Arduino inputs equivalent to voltage measurement?

I read somewhere that Arduino input pins basically (more or less) just measure the voltage at their pins with respect to ground (and then, based on that, create an analogue value or a digital HIGH or ...
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Is this op amp circuit a promising idea to measure 300VAC?

I need to measure 300VAC. I am using the following circuit and it is working good. In the circuit, I am using 2mA/2mA current transformer. More details about this transformer are available here. ...
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How do Fuel gauge ICs compensate for battery aging?

I came across this Fuel gauge IC recently and although I understand how the SOC is determined, I do not understand how the age compensation constant(the one used to determine the actual SOC) is ...
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What's the per phase equivalent circuit of induction motor with asymmetric windings?

We know that there's T equivalent circuit and inverse Γ-equivalent circuit for 3 phase induction motor(IM). When the IM is operating under normal situation, the windings are symmetrical, so all 3 ...
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Voltage drop over open circuit

I am still learning the basics of electronics and this confused me: I have a simple LED circuit like this (5V voltage source): The LED has a specified voltage drop of 3V, and is rated for currents of ...
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IV curve has non zero current in open circuit condition

I have an IV measurement program running in LabVIEW, where I measure the IV curve of a photovoltaic module using a programmable electronic load from a quick backward sweep (from Voc to Isc.) I have a ...
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Check if two voltages (with different grounds) are within 0.5 V of each other

I have designed the following circuit that should be able to detect if two voltages Bus Bar VBAT and VBAT that are referenced to Bus Bar GND and GND, respectively, are within 0.5 V of each other. On ...
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How to accurately measure average temperature of a heating element?

Problem I'm trying to very accurately measure the heat of a nichrome wire as current is passed through it. My approach thus far has been to monitor current and voltage across the heating element and ...
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Digital voltmeter reading half the voltage measured with Fluke multimeter

I recently purchased these cheap digital voltmeters from Amazon to display the output of my 2.5 kV HV supply. The HV supply has a dedicated 1/1000 output (0 - 2.5V)for monitoring, which I am trying to ...
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Voltage limit of differential amplifier?

I need to measure the voltage difference between two high-voltage points (~500 Vdc). I'm thinking of using a differential amplifier with a gain of 1/100. While it behaves as I want it to in the ...
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How do clamp multimeter sense presences of AC voltage?

If a clamp meter is taken near a AC supply line, it's AC voltage sense LED starts to glow. The same coil that is used for current measurement is used to sense the presence of voltage. As far as I know ...
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How can I measure a battery's level in percentages using a voltage divider and an ADC?

I want to measure the battery level of 4 AA (R6) batteries using a voltage divider made of 2 resistors which goes into the internal ADC of a PIC16F microcontroller with a 10-bit resolution. Knowing ...
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Should ADC reference pin also be a kelvin connection?

Reasking this question with a proper schematic: I am doing a ratiometric measurement of a Thermistor. The thermistor is located over 5 metres away from the ADC and all other components. This is going ...
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What is the phase difference between phases in 3phase system, if system becomes unbalanced

Is the phase difference between the voltage phase 120 degree in an unbalanced system if not what how can we calculate it? I will try to explain this a litte more clearly. More specifically in this ...
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Help in understanding a Capacitive Voltage Transformer

I have been reading up about CVT’s and trying to comprehend some of the parts of the typical circuit which include: A potential divider (C1 & C2). An inductor tapped from the potential divider. A ...
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Vernier TDC: how to adjust every stage time differential to achieve 1 TLSB?

How do we get td1 - td2 = 2ns? I have no idea about how to adjust delay cell.
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How to measure the voltage of a battery under load to roughly estimate remaining charge?

I am designing a system where I'll need to use a micro controller to measure the voltage of a 12V lead acid battery to determine it's state of charge. I was planning to simply use a voltage divider ...
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Op-amp weird noise (asymmetric) [closed]

I have a discovery board and an ADA4528-2 op amp. These are connected together. PCB and schematic are in later. Acquired data from MCU ADC of stm32f746 is on the picture below. As you see the signal ...
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Why am I getting inconsistent voltages at op-amp's inputs in a simple DC amplifier?

I'm new to circuit design and am unable to figure out why I'm getting inconsistent voltage measurements under certain circumstances at the inputs of an op amp in a very simple non-inverting DC ...
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Impossible current readings while measuring motorbike lamps

I own a motorbike that runs with a 6V (yes, 6V) electric system and I'm designing some LED lamps for it. My current design is dead simple, here is a falstad simulation, it's just two 1W 2.5V drop LEDs ...
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Query regarding MAX20480DATEJ/VY+ voltage monitor

I'm using a MAX20480DATEJ/VY+ voltage monitor for my design. Out of four inputs, I prefer to set IN1 2.5V at the same time for testing purposes. When I'm running my command, I'm constantly getting a ...
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Which theory do oscilloscopes or multimeters follow to measure RMS value?

For calculating RMS value , what I have found so far is that samples of a full cycle are taken then the ADC values are used to calculate RMS. Thus the RMS value stays independent of signal frequency. ...
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Problem measuring waveform on an LED and a low side MOSFET switch

I'm trying to measure the waveform on the drain of a low side MOSFET used as a switch for an LED with an oscilloscope. I tried two different configurations with different components and power rail ...
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How to Determine Signal Voltage

How is a non-sinusoidal (I realize however all signals can be broken up into combos of sinusoidal waveforms) voltage measured? Let's say an interested party plays a standard shape G-chord on their ...
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How do I display voltage on a Keysight DSOX1204G?

On page 37 of the manual, It clearly indicates the voltage in the top left hand corner of the screen DSOX1204G manual and hints that it would display the voltage for each channel next to the channel ...
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Can current transformer be used to sense voltage?

When searching for voltage sensing transformers, I've come across this device on the internet: ZMPT107-1. I far as I understood, this is a current transformer (it either uses a burden resistor or an ...
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Testing on an intercom amplifier

I am trying to test a door phone intercom amplifier. How can I test that the amplifier is not faulty with a multimeter. I have a tested fully working amplifier and another faulty one. If I measure the ...
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Design-check; Finding practical accuracy of a DIY voltage-current-temperature meter

What I plan to do I'm building a DIY current-voltage-temperature meter. I felt the need for a mV meter, with a good accuracy down to 0.1mV, a mA meter with accuracy down to 1uA and an optional K-type ...
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Possible problems of AC energy metering using rectified waveforms

I'm building an energy metering circuit with discrete parts and precision is not a big deal in this case. One friend had the idea of rectifying both the voltage and current waveforms before sampling ...
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Can I use 10A multimeter to test 445 watts solar panel

I want to know if I can use a cheap multimeter, model DT-830D, which has a maximum current rating of 10A to test voltage and amperage of a 445 watt solar panel with the following characteristics: <...
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Connecting an Arduino to both panel and load side of charge controller, can this work?

I just joined this site because my searches haven't turned up an answer to this question, so apologies in advance if I missed something. I have an Arduino powered by the load side of a 12V solar ...
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When does a x100 2000V scope probe not work at 2000V?

I refer to this X100 scope lead, and to this relevant question & answer for that product: Q: According to the 4100 user's guide the voltage rating at 10 MHz is only 100 V. shouldn't it be 2000 V ...
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Does this method of determining what a voltmeter will read in the presence of a time-varying magnetic field give the correct answer?

In a previous answer I offered a method for calculating a quantitative result for what a voltmeter will read when a time-varying magnetic field may be affecting the circuit and/or leads of the ...
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Inverter voltage conversion

I have a 24 Vdc battery that I have connected to an inverter to. Using the Vrms to Vac equation (i.e. multiplying by sqrt(2)) I would find the peak value of the Vac. So it would be 34.0 Vac. My ...
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Voltage Sensor - Differential output

How does this voltage sensor provide a differential output from a single input? Data sheet: https://docs.broadcom.com/doc/AV02-3563EN
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compensating for voltage divider computing sensor board analog reading

I'm looking at air quality sensors with the intention of monitoring indoor air quality. One sensor I'm looking at is the Waveshare Dust Sensor Detector Module with Sharp GP2Y1010AU0F Onboard. See ...
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Boost converter output does not match sim

I'm experimenting with a simple boost converter. However, the measured output value on the breadboard is nowhere near what I expect : Simulation in LTspice gives about 4.5V while I'm measuring about ...
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Is there a fluid that visually displays electrical voltage/current?

I have a device that subjects fluid in a cuvette to a DC voltage waveform for a few seconds. The device is pretty powerful (lots of capacitors), able to continuously deliver up to 1,000 Vdc @ 40 A ...
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Battery Monitoring Card Negative Voltage Measurement

I'm struggling to understand the working principle of these negative voltage measurement circuits. They are part of the battery monitoring card. Schematic: Upper schematics belongs to NXP RD9Z1-...
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Filter noise using MATLAB to include in LTspice

I have measured a voltage, and I need to include the .txt file in my LTSpice simulation. Before doing that, I first want to filter the noise I ended up measuring (see figure below). How can I do that ...
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Does the 1x oscilloscope probe setting slow down MHz digital signals?

I was debugging what I thought was a weak LVDS driver fed with a 10MHz clock for hours when, out of other options, I've set my scope probes to x10 and although the signals were showing some ringing ...
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Ideal diode for 0-5V range for measurement circuit

I am building a measurement circuit that measures the voltage/current from a thermogenerator. The expected measurement range (and therefore input voltage range) is 0-5V. I plan to measure it with a ...
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Voltage across capacitor measured in parallel, why not showing Vc?

I am trying to understand something and missing something. In a low pass RC filter, the output is connected in parallel with the capacitor, right, and is phase shifted, because the current in a RC ...
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