ammeter

[ UK /ˈæmiːtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈæˌmitɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a meter that measures the flow of electrical current in amperes
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How To Use ammeter In A Sentence

  • The permanent magnet meter can be used as an ammeter or a voltmeter.
  • He shot another quick glance at the ship, corrected slightly with his feet, and back to the dial of the ammeter. In Spite of Their Declaration of Bombs
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  • But now I think it would be better if we send up somebody with you to watch the milliammeter and throw the switch immediately it starts to rise. In Spite of Their Declaration of Bombs
  • Then he began to check each lead with a clamp-on DC ammeter. Pressure Point
  • By connecting the system to a suitably calibrated ammeter, the temperature can be read.
  • Make sure that the dc ammeter indication increases approximately 5 amperes.
  • In a postscript, he added, "I bring with me a sensitive thread electrometer with a voltammeter and my institute in Göteborg Högskola, Sweden, will provide me with the necessary resources for my work. Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna
  • As the sensitivity of such milliammeters is usually low, it is necessary first to amplify the polarographic current.
  • Normally, the current flowing in a circuit is measured by connecting an ammeter into the circuit.
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