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Author: Brittany Snow (brittany_snow)
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How to know the power consumption of one board?

How does it inflect the function?

If I want to get the power consumption of board, for example, Devkit3250 
evaluation kit, how do I know by myself?

Author: Dennis (Guest)
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Take a multimeter in current-measurement-mode ... and you will get all 
the required answers :-)

Author: Brittany Snow (brittany_snow)
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no, I need the exact data, as you know, it will be used in dustry

Author: heinzhorst (Guest)
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No problem. Just take a calibrated multimeter.

Author: Sebastian H. (pic_freak)
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Use a Gossen Metrahit Energy Multimeter.

Author: friedrich (Guest)
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Hello brittany,

just to give you a clue: Even if you mneasure this exact sample the next 
one might deviate from this. So just use a plain ordinary multimeter and 
have a go. If it's used in industry they might know that there is 
something like "tolerances". If you require tight tolerances the wa to 
select wit such a multimeter is the wrong approach.

rgds

friedrich

Author: Brittany Snow (brittany_snow)
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Thank you for all of your suggestions. I will try and test.

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