Electrical and Electronics Measurements MCQ Test

  1. Which of the following is the standard unit for length ?
  2. The Metric System is also known as .......... .
  3. There are ............ fundamental units.
  4. ............ is a variable displacement transducer.
  5. Resolution of an instrument is ..........
  6. Which of the following part is called as heart of CRO?
  7. Which of the following is the measurement range of digital voltmeter?
  8. Which of the following is the advantage of passive instrument?
  9. The potential transformers are used to measure large voltage using -
  10. A bridge circuit uses ........... method of measurement.
  11. Which of the following is the main source of error in a null detector?
  12. Does Kelvin bridge is used for measurement of low resistance due to contact and lead resistance?
  13. Which of the following principles does megger works on?
Electrical and Electronics Measurements MCQ

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  • MKS
  • CGS
  • SI
  • All of the above
  • potentiometer
  • tachometer
  • synchros
  • None of the above
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  • the maximum quantity it can measure
  • the maximum non linearity
  • the minimum quantity it can measure
  • ability to distinguish polarity
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  • Sweep generator
  • Trigger circuit
  • CRT
  • Amplifier
  • Accurate
  • Cheap
  • Sensitive
  • Power Supply Not Needed
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  • High range ammeter
  • High range voltmeter
  • Low range voltmeter
  • Low range ammeter
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  • relative
  • absolute
  • comparison
  • differential
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  • wiring resistance
  • power dissipation
  • lower current detection ability
  • insufficient sensitivity of the null detector
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  • kirchhoff’s law
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Ohm’s law
  • Gauss’s law
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