- Meter (electronics)
In electronics, a Meter may refer to:
- A multimeter is a general-purpose test instrument
- A voltmeter is a specialized meter measuring voltage
- An ammeter is a specialized meter measuring electric current
- An ohmmeter is a specialized meter measuring electrical resistance
- A wattmeter is a specialized meter measuring electric power
- A capacitance meter is a test instrument measuring capacitance
- An LCR meter is a test instrument that measures inductance, capacitance, and resistance
- An electrometer is a test instrument measuring electric charge
- A clamp meter is an AC current-measuring test instrument that clamps around a wire
- A VU meter is a specialized meter measuring volume of audio signals
- An EMF meter is a test instrument for measuring electromagnetic fields
- An SWR meter is a test instrument for measuring the standing wave ratio of a radio transmitter and its antenna
- An S meter is a component of a radio receiver that displays the received signal's strength
- An electric meter and smart meter are instruments that measure the electric power delivered to a customer by a utility for billing purposes
- A grid dip meter, or dip meter, is a test instrument for measuring the resonance frequency of radio circuits
- A microwave power meter is a test instrument for measuring the power of microwave signals
- A time-domain reflectometer is a test instrument for finding faults in cables
- A galvanometer is a mechanical moving-pointer type meter, especially an old one or its motive mechanism used as a component in other devices
- Sound level meter is a test instrument for measuring the loudness of sounds.
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