[TCML] RSG disks - who can make them ?
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Wed Nov 21 13:57:49 MST 2007
> The best way is by using an RF current transformer connected to a storage
> This is to look at the primary tank currents. Many folks have done this.
> Terry F.
> probably has some stuff written up about it. Some folks have also used
> antenna at a distance from the coil to pick up the RF and look at it on
> scope, but sometimes it's hard to get a clean signal of the primary.
> the secondary and primary signal may be seen overlapped which makes the
> display look confused on the scope. Using a sync rotary, the waveform
> be seen without a storage scope. Using async gaps, it's hard to see
> clearly without a storage scope because the signal can't be synch'ed
> The modern digital scopes can easily deal with these signals and issue.
Might be a bit of a problem with me then as I do not have a storage scope
:-( In anycase, I will be using a sync rotor so hopefully This will work.
Though as this is a new area of physical testing I have no idea on how to
hook it up... Where is Terry when'ya need him :P
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