The Neuhaus Science Projects Guide, How to Use a Multimeter, is written for students in the junior/senior high school.
Some science projects require the use of a multimeter/multitester (also known as a VOM). This booklet explains how to use a multimeter to obtain the data needed, without going into the technical details behind the operations. Various photographs and illustrations augment the text.
Multimeter in Electricity and Electronics:
1. Switches and Scale Ranges
2. The Ohm Scale
3. Jacks and Test Leads
4. VOM Batteries
5. Connecting the VOM to a Circuit
6. Color Codes
1. How to Measure Volts
2. How to Measure Ohms
3. How to Measure Amps
a. Measuring amps
b. Measuring volts and ohms to calculate amps
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About the Author
Mr. Newhouse has had 32 years of broad teaching experience in secondary education at all grade levels, 7-12, in the subjects of general science, biology, and chemistry. He has written numerous books on science activities – some published under his ancestral name "Neuhaus." He was a volunteer judge at regional and state level science fairs in Ohio. Many of his students won science project awards and later chose science careers.