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70022Re: [softrock40] LCR meter to measure the Ensemble coils

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  • Malti
    Nov 13 11:01 AM
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      There is nothing special about the  AADE. The circuit is identical to the scores of PIC and Lm311   based kits

       When it comes to very low inductances for RF, all the LM311 and PIC based L meters are not that accurate. For C , may be another story !


      On 13 November 2012 18:05, junius fox <jfox05@...> wrote:
      Chris, AADE makes a LC meter that is very accurate.  I think that Neil 's
      name for AADE is almost all digital electronics (?)

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Chris Wilson" <chris@...>
      To: <softrock40@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 6:08 AM
      Subject: Re: [softrock40] LCR meter to measure the Ensemble coils

      >> I am searching for a good L meter, that can measure low to very low
      >> RF inductances. The various kits and models around based on a PIC
      >> and the LM311, are not good enough. So are these commercial multimeter
      >> types.
      >> I came across the M3 or M-Cubed LCZR meter, which Monty, N5ESE, has
      >> reviewed and compared with the top, industry standard, the Philips
      >> PM6303 LCR Meter (now made by Fluke). Unfortunately , this meter kit
      >> is no longer in production. See: http://www.n5ese.com/M3LCR_meter.htm
      >> However, a Metacrawler search, came up with an updated version of this
      >> meter:
      >> (It is in French, but their sales department have an English version of
      >> the manual.)
      >> http://www.mwinstruments.com/MW1008/MW1008_f.html
      >> Paul
      > 13/11/2012 12:05
      > I know they are costly, and I have found support is pretty naff, but
      > my AIM4170C antenna analyser is great for inductor verification. I can
      > measure the effect of spreading the windings around the toroids, and
      > do a sanity check if `er indoors interrupts me half way through
      > winding a coil and I lose count of the turns. Plus, of course, it's
      > amazingly useful for many other tasks. Its capabilities far exceed my
      > knowledge, which makes it pretty future proof, too.
      > --
      >       Best Regards,
      >                   Chris Wilson.   2E0ILY
      > ------------------------------------
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