Home » Bridges » Page 2

Bridges

Block Diagram of Wheatstones Bridge with Digital Readout

Block Diagram of Wheatstones Bridge with Digital Readout: The tremendous increase in the use of digital circuitry has had a marked effect on electronic test instruments. The early use of digital circuits in bridges was to provide a Digital Readout. The actual measuring circuitry of the bridge remained the same, but operator error in observing …

Block Diagram of Wheatstones Bridge with Digital Readout Read More »

Bridge Controlled Error Detection

Bridge Controlled Error Detection: Bridge Controlled Error Detection – Whenever a bridge is unbalanced, a potential difference exists at its output terminal. The potential difference causes current to flow through the detector (say, a galvanometer) when the bridge is used as part of a measuring instrument. When the bridge is used as an error detector …

Bridge Controlled Error Detection Read More »

Wheatstone Bridge Diagram

Wheatstone Bridge Diagram: A Wheatstone Bridge diagram in its simplest form consists of a network of four resistance arms forming a closed circuit, with a dc source of current applied to two opposite junctions and a current detector connected to the other two junctions, as shown in Fig. 11.1. Wheatstone Bridge diagram are extensively used …

Wheatstone Bridge Diagram Read More »