By: Paddy Coker
Practical handbook which explains how to build your own measurement instruments for environmental testing. Each chapter covers an environmental factor, including: background information on the topic; an assessment of major sources of error; probable accuracy of the equipment; electronic circuits diagrams; printed wired board layout; components list and constructional information; calibration and testing.
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