Measurement Techniques

, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp 220–222 | Cite as

Measurement of current and voltages at infrasonic frequencies

  • V. P. Karpenko
Electrical Measurements


  1. 1.

    Electrical measuring instruments operating as vibrators can be used for measurements at infrasonic frequencies. The maximum frequency of the measured value is determined from the amplitude-frequency characteristic of the instrument on the basis of a given amplitude error.

  2. 2.

    It is advisable to use a moving-coil instrument with as large a damping as possible for operation as a vibrator.

  3. 3.

    A unidirectional scale has virtually no effect on the accuracy of measurements at frequencies specified in paragraph 1.



Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Maximum Frequency Electrical Measuring Amplitude Error 
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Literature cited

  1. 1.
    P. P. Ornatskii, Certain Problems in the Dynamics of the Moving System of Electrical Instruments for Measuring at Infrasonic Frequencies, Bulletin of the Kiev Polytechnical Institute, Vol. 26 (1957).Google Scholar
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    V. O. Arutyunov, Computation and Designing of Electrical Measuring Instruments [in Russian] (Gosenergoizdat, Moscow, 1949).Google Scholar

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© Instrument Society of America 1962

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