|[AMRadio] Re: [Collins] You Won't Believe This|
cra at floodcity.net
Sun Jan 2 08:22:32 EST 2005
Great ideas that I will try today after I check out the meter on my 30K-1.
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Subject: [AMRadio] Re: [Collins] You Won't Believe This
> Could there be a leakage path to ground? 4KV is a lot, so if there was a
> resistance path to ground, some current could flow back to the chassis...
> If you remove both leads, can you measure any resistance from the positive
> lug to the chassis? Does the meter deflect when you do this?
> When you increase plate current (with both leads attached), does the
> go upscale, or does it stay pegged negative?
> I would think that if enough current went through the meter to reverse the
> magnet, it would have melted the coil...
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