How to Read Milliamps?


Milliamps is the SI unit of electric current and is one of the seven SI base units named after André-Marie Ampère, a French mathematician and physicist. It is also a rating for batteries. A milliampere hour is 1000th of an ampere hour and so when you understand the scale of ten taught in basic algebra the you can be able to read it.
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1. Switch on the multimeter. If it has a "Battery Test" feature, use it before proceeding further, and replace the battery if it fails the test. Select the "Milliamp&
a MILLIAMP is 1/1000 of an Amp. If your current will read less than 1 AMP, then use the Milliamp (mA) scale. 1 mA = 1/1000 A = 0.001 A. 10 mA = 10/1000 A = 1/100 A = 0.01 A. 100 mA
When connected to the milliamp (mA) tip jacks you will be able to directly read the field device
The internationally agreed unit for measuring electrical current is the ampere, or amp. Modern, low-power electronic circuits have very low currents measured in thousandths of an
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