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0-15vott 0-30 volt DC
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Clod    Posted 06-05-2004 at 13:23:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
I was in Radio Shack today and found a voltmeter that I can check 12 OR 24 volt DC machines with,Uses the leads off my multimeter . Im going out to try it,,,Besides,,I smell something smokeing out there,,Hope it's not in the shop..


Bob/Ont    Posted 06-05-2004 at 17:49:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have one of them Clod, it works good. It's also the one I lend people instead of my scopemeter.
Later Bob


Clod    Posted 06-05-2004 at 19:37:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
themYes,I missed you down here Bob.They are only ten bucks and the guys can distroy mutimeters fast.. But I like it for its simplicity.. Unlike digital it wont get crazy and read things it is not connected to.


Bob/Ont    Posted 06-05-2004 at 19:54:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
Clod, I have sort of slid over the digital age. I like analog meters and I love scope meters. The analog meters are full time real time. Digital meters are sometimes real time, it's all in the sample rate. Even with a fast sample rate they just throw meaningless numbers at you if things are moving fast. You can see things happening on an analog meter and even more things down to 5 Nanosec on a hot scope meter that will record. At work they spent $10,000 in parts and labour trying to get a paver to run straight after a customer had it repaired himself. A half hr with the my lesser scope meter nailed it down to a speed sensor triger wheel induced Glitch that fooled the computer into making it correct for a slow track that wasn't slow and around she turned.
Later Bob


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