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Measuring mV using a simple multimeter w/ pogo pins & need graphite to make contact?? View All
Measuring the voltage of a battery-type sample (material is proprietary), why do I need liquid graphite on probe tips (then allowed to dry) before placing it on the material to get a measurement? Are there any alternatives out there besides chemical on the probe tip? Tried low resistant gold pogos, they are requiring graphite also. The good measurement is about 700mV. Without graphite is 0.
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