Measurement Techniques

, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp 564–568 | Cite as

Power relations in photocompensated instruments

  • A. N. Tkachenko
Electrical Measurements


The above relationships determine for a given galvanometer design and an operation under laboratory conditions the possible transfer constant for a given PI voltage sensitivity and a given resistance of the measuring circuit.

It is also possible to determine a photocompensated fluxmeter's maximum permissible transfer constant for a given drift constant and a given frequency characteristic of the output instrument.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Condition Frequency Characteristic Power Relation 
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