On the surface, electrical testing and measurement is all about numbers. It’s a straightforward process of gathering data that, when properly collected and analyzed, reveals essential information about the status and condition of electrical components and systems. But as much as testing and measurement is a hard and fast science, it also amounts to an art of sorts — a function of the body of knowledge, experience, intuition, and interpretive skills that testing personnel bring ...

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