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Re: [TCML] Panel Meters
Will these current meters withstand several kV?
On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 8:18 PM, bartb <bartb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> And yes, shunts can be home-brewed easily. I did this with a couple meters
> that required external shunts. I used thin brass sheets and drilled two
> holes to match the meter bolts. I then used scissors to cut out the shunts.
> I measured current with a digital meter on a load and then hooked up the
> meter with the homebrew shunt and cut and filed away at the strip of brass
> sheeting until the current matched the meter. Pretty easy to do.
> Take care,
> William Noble wrote:
>> I have a pile in my garage - if you can make your own shunts/dividers I
>> may be able to help - contact me off the list> Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008
>> 23:53:28 -0500> From: pslawinski@xxxxxxxxx> To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> CC: >
>> Subject: [TCML] Panel Meters> > Does anyone know a good source for
>> [analogue] panel meters?> _______________________________________________>
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