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Scoping HV circuit

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If you want to use an EM probe for measuring your hv circuit, you can easily make one. Take a water bottle and get the plastic ring that detaches from the
cheater00 cheater00
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Apr 16

Best motor for an attic fable fan.

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I got two of this item years ago, when the roofers replaced roofs on two buildings and they work great. You only need them to face the sun (south in NA) my box
M G
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Apr 15

Finding intermittent short?

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... I guess that depends on which one you're talking about... I've got both variations. Or had them, at any rate. ... Burn a hole in the top of the piston?
Roy J. Tellason, Sr.
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Apr 14

More rigol ds1054z update

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Rick, Besides the emotional reaction of using business card cardboard, it's doing well..... I just might just GLUE the cardboard, instead of wrapping it in
Jong Kung
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Apr 13

What cap to use?

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You might be seeing line voltage signal due to a floating switch. Make sure one of the switch leads is on the same ground reference as the scope. Also make
dankahn88
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Apr 12

Domino failure

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Yes - the original design did not accommodate current sensor failure, so that failure cascaded to the weakest link, rather than being intercepted by an
Donald H Locker
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Apr 12

Rigol DS1054 firmware

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This is the correct web page - I checked the .zip http://beyondmeasure.rigoltech.com/acton/fs/blocks/showLandingPage/a/1579/p/p-0019/t/page/fm/0
rstofer@pacbell.net
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Apr 12

Rigol ds1054z update.

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Your mistaking, I am not countering your definitions, there is nothing wrong with your definitions. I am showing now Accuracy and Precision are represented in
Rick H Parker
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Apr 12

Rigol DS1054 measurement error question

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... My guess is that the scope has internal relays (or FET switches) that connect the inputs to ground and to reference voltages, during the calibration steps.
Andy
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Apr 9

Scope sampling speed

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... I think it depends on the quality of the sampling itself too. But, yeah, the scope could be theoretically capable of not just 4GHz but 5GHz. Barring
Andy
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Apr 7

Is this common knowledge ?

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I'd never use ceramics in audio curcuits due to specifically microphonics. At club loudness even a ripple rejection cap can start putting audio in the output.
cheater00 cheater00
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Apr 5

Selecting a Multimeter

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No one will argue that they aren't expensive but you will only buy it once unless you do something dumb with it. So, if you can work it out, do yourself a
James "Jim" M. Geidl
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Apr 4

Brand new rigol... going back !!!

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First post: Have a look at my project for upgrading the 2072A to a DS2302A for free. https://hackaday.io/project/8115-rigol-ds2072a-upgrade-to-ds2302a
mosaicmerc
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Mar 30

OT: Cheap lab equipment recommendations

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I like the Bitscope Micro ... it does a ton for the money, and it works very well with Raspberry Pi 3, so you can build the whole solution for less than the
Derrik Walker v2.0
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Mar 30

Fourier transform analysis

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I'm trying hard to remember, but it's been so long.... They were teaching us Laplace Transforms, and Fourier Transforms (in some ways a subset of Laplace), and
Andy
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Mar 29
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