Dual Slope Integrating Type DVM

Electrical Measurements

This set of Electrical Measurements & Measuring Instruments Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Dual Slope Integrating Type DVM”.

1. Why is dual slope method preferred over ramp techniques?
a) no noise
b) partial noise
c) average noise
d) maximum noise

2. What is the significance of the name dual slope method?
a) it has two slopes
b) it integrates the input twice
c) it uses two inputs
d) it has two outputs

3. What is the output voltage in a dual slope integrating type DVM?
a) differential of the input
b) multiple of the input
c) integral of the input
d) zero

4. Input voltage depends on ____________
a) resistance
b) capacitance
c) current
d) time-period

5. Noise rejection is poor.
a) True
b) False

6. What is the effect of the capacitor on the output?
a) no effect
b) charging effect
c) electrostatic effect
d) magnetic effect

7. What is the effect of clock on the voltage?
a) voltage doubles with clock input
b) voltage halves with clock input
c) no effect
d) voltage becomes zero with clock input

8. What is the counter value at the beginning?
a) one
b) ten
c) three
d) zero

9. What is the maximum count of the counter?
a) 9999
b) 0
c) 500
d) 1000

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