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Arduino-based inductance meter

Posted on Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 in Arduino, measurement by DP

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Lukas of Soldernerd built a DIY Arduino-based inductance meter:

I’ve just finished a little Arduino project. It’s a shield for the Arduino Uno that lets you measure inductance. This is a functionality that I found missing in just about any digital multi meter. Yes, there are specialized LCR meters that let you measure inductance but they typically won’t measure voltages or currents. So I had to build my inductance meter myself.

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  1. muslum alipour says:

    plase send detasheet diagram and hex file Arduino-based inductance meter thankyou

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