Subject:  Re: Resistance measurement in the 0.5  1.0 Ohm range 

From:  "redbelly" 
Date:  13 Mar 2006 05:41:02 0800 
Newsgroups:  sci.electronics.basics 
Chris wrote: > Even with a coil that is sensitive to too much power, you can make a > fairly accurate resistance measurement using a DMM with a 200mV range, > if you have a precision series resistor to give a known current. > Chris, Looks like a good method. By the way, one needn't buy a precision resistor, so long as you can measure the resistor precisely. Measure a "5%" 100ohm resistor to be 102.5 ohms (for example), and you're precision is even better than blindly using a 1% 100ohm value. Mark 
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