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Multimeter accuracy interpretation from datasheet......

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Hi i have a digital multimeter Agilent 34410A 6 1/2 Digit Multimeter.

I know its a particularly high accuracy multimeter, but i want to specify its accuracy in a test report.

Usually DMM dc accuracy statement is like for eg:


5V Range,0.025%+2 (DC Specifications)


But for this model it is stated like below



Im interested in 10V range.
 

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Hi,

10V range:
The time given in the three columns is the time from last calibration. You need to know when it was last calibrated.

Lets say last calibration is one year ago:
then the accuracry is: 0.0030% from actual reading + 0.005% from range (= 10V)

Klaus
 
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