Skip navigation

Open Source Hardware

3 Posts authored by: fmilburn Top Member
This post documents an enclosure for the milliohm meter described here and is a tale of how the mechanical bits are often as difficult to get right as the electronics.  The meter parts have been stored away, and thus it was not really available due to the lack of an enclosure.  Today I finally got around to putting it all together.   Here it is all wired up but outside of the enclosure: I am not that pleased with the wiring - too easy to bump loose and not that tidy - but easy ...
This post documents the first working Version 1.3 of an inexpensive but reasonably accurate meter for measuring resistance in the milliohm range. The development to date is documented in the links at the bottom of this post.  Version 1.3 contains numerous upgrades and suggestions from Shabaz, Gene Breniman, John Wiltrout, and Jon Clift to which I am indebted.   It's Alive! Those who were following the project may have given up it has been so long since the last post.  The reas ...
This post documents Version 1.3 of an inexpensive but reasonably accurate meter for measuring resistance in the milliohm range. The development to date is documented in the links at the bottom of this post.  Version 1.3 contains numerous upgrades and suggestions from Shabaz, Gene Breniman, John Wiltrout, and Jon Clift to which I am indebted.  I intend to send off for new PCBs tomorrow evening and any comments in the meantime are greatly appreciated!  NOTE: This post was revised on ...

Filter Blog

By date: By tag: