Measurement Device

A measurement device is a tool or instrument used to measure a physical quantity such as length, weight, temperature, or time. Measurement devices can be simple tools like a ruler or a scale, or more complex instruments like a thermometer, a barometer, or a GPS device. Measurement devices are essential tools that are used to measure various physical quantities, providing important data that can be used to make informed decisions and improve processes.

Measurement Device
Device Used for Measuring
Anemometer Speed of Wind
Actinometer Heating power of radiation, solar radiation
Ammeter Electric current in a circuit
Audiometer Hearing loss
Bolometer Power of incident electromagnetic radiation
Barometer Atmospheric pressure
Cathetometer Vertical distances
Densimeter Specific gravity of liquids
Dynamometer Force or torque
Densitometer Optical density of a photographic film
Electroencephalograph Electrical activity of the brain
Electrocardiograph Electrical activity of the heart
Elaeometer Specific gravity of oils
Galvanometer Electricity
Hydrometer Specific gravity of liquids
Hygrometer Density of water in air
Lactometer Specific gravity of milk
Lysimeter Balance of water in soil
Magnetometer Strength of magnetic fields
Manometer Pressure
Plastometer Flow properties of plastic materials
Polarimetry Polarization of transverse waves, electromagnetic waves
Spirometer Volume of air
Spectrometer Properties of light in a specific portion of electromagnetic spectrum
Seismometers Movement of Earth Surface
Sphygmomanometer Blood pressure
Thermometer Temperature
Tensiometer Surface tension of liquids
Viscometer Viscosity of a fluid
Voltmeter Electric potential, voltage