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Harmon divider 10:1 and 100:1

Started by amdx August 18, 2019
  Just found this neat method to make 10:1 voltage dividers.
Not as important now that you can get such precision resistors, but with 
this you don't need them. Also measurable on a single voltage range so 
no worry about another attenuator in your meter. Again not so important 
with modern meters.
I had to read it twice to understand it, maybe you will do better.

> http://conradhoffman.com/HamonResistor.html
Mikek
On 19/08/2019 12:41 PM, amdx wrote:
>  Just found this neat method to make 10:1 voltage dividers. > Not as important now that you can get such precision resistors, but with this you don't need them. > Also measurable on a single voltage range so no worry about another attenuator in your meter. Again > not so important with modern meters. > I had to read it twice to understand it, maybe you will do better. > >> http://conradhoffman.com/HamonResistor.html > >                                     Mikek
Interesting, thanks. -- Shaun. "Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy little classification in the DSM" David Melville This is not an email and hasn't been checked for viruses by any half-arsed self-promoting software.
~misfit~ wrote:

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> > Interesting, thanks. > -- > Shaun. >
** This you ?? https://m.media-amazon.com/images/S/aplus-media/sota/4e8992e2-06d0-45dd-8821-515ddd133d10.jpg ..... Phil
On 10/12/2019 3:57 AM, Phil Allison wrote:
> ~misfit~ wrote: > > --------------- >> >> Interesting, thanks. >> -- >> Shaun. >> > > ** This you ?? > > https://m.media-amazon.com/images/S/aplus-media/sota/4e8992e2-06d0-45dd-8821-515ddd133d10.jpg > > > > ..... Phil >
Not sure what your point was there Phil. It's kind of a neat idea, a bit outdated with today's instruments, but still a neat idea. I even give you credit for understanding it. Mikek