What does an amp meter measure?

Answer An amp meter, also known as an ammeter, measures the electrical current present in a wire. The current, measured in amps, represents the rate at which the electrons currently move through the circu... Read More »

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What does a conductivity meter measure?

A conductivity meter measures how well a solution can conduct electricity. Conductivity is affected by the distance between the meter's electrodes and the temperature of the solution. The meter exp... Read More »

How do I measure current using an amp meter?

Change the Multimeter DialChange the dial on your multimeter until it is set to measure DC or AC amps, which is the ammeter setting. On the dial DC amps and AC amps are usually designated with an "... Read More »

What does a voltage meter measure?

A voltmeter measures voltage difference, or the change in electric potential between two points in a circuit. The electrical resistance of the meter should be high enough so it has no significant e... Read More »

What is a meter stick used to measure?

A meter stick is a measuring device that comes in the form of a ruler and used to calculate the length of an object in centimeters and millimeters. It is 100 centimeters long and 2 centimeters wide... Read More »