Course provides low frequency advice -

Course provides low frequency advice

LONDON — The National Physical Laboratory, NPL, is running a course on making low frequency (<1 MHz) electrical measurements. This one day workshop will show delegates how to configure equipment, for example digital voltmeters, and perform measurements to ensure that the result is fit for purpose.

The topics covered are intended to enable attendees to improve repair and diagnosis procedures for electronic systems, particularly remote sensing equipment.

The course will be held on 15th June 2004 at the Techno Centre in Coventry.

This workshop is part of a series of electromagnetic measurement events organised by NPL on behalf of the DTI National Measurement System. The DC & LF Club provides an open forum where industry, government and academia can meet to discuss relevant standards, measurement techniques and problems, in the field of DC and low frequency measurements.

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