Maxwell Inductance Bridge
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The maxwell bridge is used to measure unknown inductance in terms of calibrated resistance and capacitance. Calibration-grade inductors are more difficult to manufacture than capacitors of similar precision, and so the use of a simple “symmetrical” inductance bridge is not always practical. Because the phase shifts of inductors and capacitors are exactly opposite each other, a capacitive impedance can balance out an inductive impedance if they are located in opposite legs of a bridge.
Features of Maxwell Inductance Bridge
- Four arms are provided with suitable connectors.
- One 1 KHz oscillator of fixed amplitude to feed the input to the bridge.
- Measurement Range 15mH – 200mH.
- Connector facility given to view the output of the bridge externally by CRO.
- Required patch Chords are provided.
- Find the unknown inductance value.
- Input Voltage 15V dC
- Output Frequency 1kHz
- Output Voltage 2V AC
- Output Current 0.5 Amps
- BUNDLE CONTENTS
- Maxwell’s Inductance Bridge.
- Patch cards
- 1A power supply adaptor