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LTE: Functional difference between hysteresis and offset ?

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What are the objectives of hysteresis and offset while doing measurement ?

posted Apr 20, 2014 by Harshita

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As the question is general so as per my knowledge i am answering it generally. What i know if something is specific i request you to explain it.

Both are electronic fundamentals to select/choose/increase/decrease the voltages/frequencies.

Offset means a small deviation or bias in a voltage or current. It is a numerical value stored in the controller to control the components of machine. It is used to adjust for variations.

Hysteresis is the delay between action and reaction of a measuring instrument. Hysteresis is the amount of error that results when this action occurs.

answer Apr 21, 2014 by Hiteshwar Thakur
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