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CurrentRanger: auto-ranging current meter

Posted on Friday, November 16th, 2018 in measurement, tools by DP

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An auto-ranging nanoAmp meter from LowPowerLab:

CurrentRanger is a nanoAmp current meter featuring auto-ranging, uni/bi-directional modes, bluetooth data logging options and more.
It is a highly hackable and affordable ultra low-burden-voltage ammeter, appropriate for hobby and professional use where capturing fast current transients and measurement precision are important.

More details on LowPowerLab site.

Check out the video after the break.

 

 

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