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Re: [TCML] voltage divider
How do you wire up a simple voltage divider to measure the voltage between
the two terminals on a NST? I have two 100M and two 10M resistors. I'm
able to take the voltage of one side of the NST, but not both combined.
On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 7:16 PM, Paul Bidmead <bidmeadp@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> this is dependant on the resistances you choose
> P = V^2 / R
> so a 1M divider @ 5kv
> P = 5000 x 5000 / 1000000
> P = 25w
> a 10M @ 5Kv = 2.5w ect.
> Paul Bidmead
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> David Nelson wrote:
>> Thanks for your post about voltage dividers. For measuring NST outputs
>> what power rating of resistors is required. I mean will 1/4 watt resistors
>> work? 100W?
>> Dave Nelson
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