731Re: Locomotive current demands
- Jan 1, 2000Ed:
> I don't remember seeing anything on whether or not the track should beWe just kept it simple. Flat and level for the wheel slip current test. I'd
> level, and would it be possible to use wheel slip at a specific angle?
suggest computing grades may be more than some folks want to get involved
> Have you or anybody tried using the "cheap" digital multimeters fromYup, and its a problem. Digital meters sample the current a few times a
> Radio Shack , etc., as the source of current reading?
second and display the results. More you pay, more samples per second.
Problem is, there are a lot of variables and the digital meters tend to not
have a consistent reading, rather the numbers on the meter just bounce around
like you were playing roulette.
But good old analog meters tend not to do that, and the needle stabilizes on
a fixed point on the scale, so you can read it.
> Is there any place (database) that we could put our data into, and allWhat about the archives of the OneList itself? There are a number of folders
> get at?
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