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wordbook:terms:doorpiepen

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doorpiepen; door piepen

Dutch

  • doorpiepen
  • door piepen

English

  • continuity beeping
  • run a continuity beeping test

French

  • en mode bip

Sommige multimeters kun je op weerstand meten zetten, met een piepsignaal (het zogenaamde doorpiepen in het “vakjargon”)
→ en français = mettre le multimètre en mode bip
-* mode “test de la continuité du circuit par bip”

(https://www.proz.com/kudoz/dutch-to-french/electronics-elect-eng/5325503-doorpiepen.html)
 
“When testing for continuity, a multimeter beeps based on the resistance of the component being tested. That resistance is determined by the range setting of the multimeter. Examples: If the range is set to 400.0 Ω, a multimeter typically beeps if the component has a resistance of 40 Ω or less.” (https://www.fluke.com/en-gb/learn/best-practices/test-tools-basics/digital-multimeters/how-to-test-for-continuity-with-a-digital-multimeter)
 
“Let me clear up something about multimeters with continuity beep. It will beep when connected to something when the ohms it sees is below a certain level. I don't remember what that value is. On mine I think it's 20 ohms or around that. Which depending on what you are working on, does not always indicate a short. Also if I connect it to the battery lead of a quad it will beep, until the capacitors are charged.” (https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2915403-Avoiding-frying-FC-and-equipment)

wordbook/terms/doorpiepen.txt · Last modified: 2020/12/10 18:11 (external edit)