As many of already know, I like the idea of new concepts. However, since most of my time has been devoted to care of my bedridden mother, I rarely have time to think outside the box. As we all know, life goes on, regardless of our current circumstances. Well... The other day I came across a real world problem that requires a real world solution, and I have most of it figured out, except for the circuitry to make it work.
I want to build a probing device, capable of measuring 25,000 mV and if that is impossible, due to silicon available, I would like to make a reader with auto ranging 10.0 mV.
I have been exploring this possibility for several days now, and I would like to know what the gurus have to say about making this work with a P1.
I am open to various IC designs, regardless of cost, as well as designs made with discreet components. The main requirement is that the accuracy be compatible with a well respected Fluke meter.