
Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
If there's no unbalanced load on an outer leg, then the loop is a noop. Either it's a benign goof, or at some point they thought that transformer would be used with 5642's.
Dave
If there's no unbalanced load on an outer leg, then the loop is a noop. Either it's a benign goof, or at some point they thought that transformer would be used with 5642's.
Dave

By
Dave Wise
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#142699
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
Hello Stefan,
I put the picture in my "equalizing loop" simply because the 7603 transformer happens to have such a loop even though there are no coils on the outer legs). So no new album needed.
But
Hello Stefan,
I put the picture in my "equalizing loop" simply because the 7603 transformer happens to have such a loop even though there are no coils on the outer legs). So no new album needed.
But

By
Albert Otten
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#142698
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Re: Tektronix Type 575 Transistor Curve Tracer  $75 (Syracuse)
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575 has a 20/200V range.
575 Mod 122C has a 20/200/400 and 1.5KV range.
Rolynn
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575 has a 20/200V range.
575 Mod 122C has a 20/200/400 and 1.5KV range.
Rolynn

By
ROLYNN PRECHTL K7DFW
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#142697
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
I am too lazy to log into yahoo and view the photo, but I suppose you
are talking about the single loop of wire that is wound around both
outside legs in a figure of eight pattern?
This is done to
I am too lazy to log into yahoo and view the photo, but I suppose you
are talking about the single loop of wire that is wound around both
outside legs in a figure of eight pattern?
This is done to

By
stefan_trethan
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#142696
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
Hello Albert,
Don't know if I understand the joke, but it stroke me to ask...
What are those "equalizing loops" for? I always wanted to know.
Likewise, in some AC motors (Squirrel Cage type), there
Hello Albert,
Don't know if I understand the joke, but it stroke me to ask...
What are those "equalizing loops" for? I always wanted to know.
Likewise, in some AC motors (Squirrel Cage type), there

By
Fabio Trevisan
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#142695
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Re: Tektronix Type 575 Transistor Curve Tracer  $75 (Syracuse)
IMPORTANT: This is a MOD C122 575. That is special. It goes to 400V instead
of the more common (nonmod) version. That is definitely worth $75.
Dennis Tillman W7PF
IMPORTANT: This is a MOD C122 575. That is special. It goes to 400V instead
of the more common (nonmod) version. That is definitely worth $75.
Dennis Tillman W7PF

By
Dennis Tillman W7PF
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#142694
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Re: Tek CRTs may not be metric after all
Hi David,
I'm sure you're right about the physics Tek used being metric. I didn't
think about that until you mentioned it.
Also, its logical to use cm for another reason: All the electrical units
Hi David,
I'm sure you're right about the physics Tek used being metric. I didn't
think about that until you mentioned it.
Also, its logical to use cm for another reason: All the electrical units

By
Dennis Tillman W7PF
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#142693
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
Is this the consequence of mixing metric and imperial in one
Is this the consequence of mixing metric and imperial in one

By
Albert Otten
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#142692
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
The rules are complex. If the denominator is of the form 2^n x 5^p it is a simple nonrepeating
fraction ending in an infinite number of zeroes.
Which are precisely the numbers you quote. There are
The rules are complex. If the denominator is of the form 2^n x 5^p it is a simple nonrepeating
fraction ending in an infinite number of zeroes.
Which are precisely the numbers you quote. There are

By
Craig Sawyers <c.sawyers@...>
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#142691
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Re: 7904A readout bounce
David,
I haven't tried to look at this effect (moving the beam position) and
its relation to the readouts.� Does it depend on which scope you are
using and the range selected.� Seems like higher
David,
I haven't tried to look at this effect (moving the beam position) and
its relation to the readouts.� Does it depend on which scope you are
using and the range selected.� Seems like higher

By
bobh@joba.com
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#142690
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TDS7104 Hard Drive connector
Looking for the name and?or availability of this hard drive connector found on the 2001 TDS7104
Added photos
Looking for the name and?or availability of this hard drive connector found on the 2001 TDS7104
Added photos

By
Clint
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#142689
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
1, 2, 4, 8, 10... are integers, and produce fractions with
each other that are not repeating.
Care to rephrase your rule?
Chuck Harris
'Craig Sawyers' c.sawyers@... [TekScopes]
1, 2, 4, 8, 10... are integers, and produce fractions with
each other that are not repeating.
Care to rephrase your rule?
Chuck Harris
'Craig Sawyers' c.sawyers@... [TekScopes]

By
Chuck Harris
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#142688
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Re: Tek 2753P Manuals
I have repaired many thousands of SMPSU.s, using a variac is not necessary, but, an in series incandescent light bulb is absolutely vital if you wish to avoid a total self destruction at times. It is
I have repaired many thousands of SMPSU.s, using a variac is not necessary, but, an in series incandescent light bulb is absolutely vital if you wish to avoid a total self destruction at times. It is

By
george edmonds
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#142687
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
That makes more sense. For myself, I can convert back and forth pretty easily most of the time in my head already after 20+ years of doing it daily. It's pretty easy for me to think in both
That makes more sense. For myself, I can convert back and forth pretty easily most of the time in my head already after 20+ years of doing it daily. It's pretty easy for me to think in both

By
EricJ
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#142686
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
Guys,
I think what Ian Newman meant is that you can easily do that conversion by
heart, without resorting to a calculator or a piece of paper to make the
full division or multiplication
Guys,
I think what Ian Newman meant is that you can easily do that conversion by
heart, without resorting to a calculator or a piece of paper to make the
full division or multiplication

By
Fabio Trevisan
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#142685
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Re: 7904A readout bounce
I have just had a look to see what my 7934 (same Y amplifier and channel switch) does at slow sweep speeds. If I put one of the Y traces near the top of the screen and one at the bottom and set the
I have just had a look to see what my 7934 (same Y amplifier and channel switch) does at slow sweep speeds. If I put one of the Y traces near the top of the screen and one at the bottom and set the

By
Roger Evans
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#142684
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
Same. I was a machinist, toolmaker and welder for 20 years until I injured my back. We always used 25.4 for conversion from inch to metric and vice versa, it is correct and gives the exact
Same. I was a machinist, toolmaker and welder for 20 years until I injured my back. We always used 25.4 for conversion from inch to metric and vice versa, it is correct and gives the exact

By
EricJ
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#142683
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
You guys are all doing it the hard way. When I need to do a conversion I
just ask the Google Home I keep in the shop: Hey Google, what's 283.4mm
in inches? And she tells me.
Vince.

You guys are all doing it the hard way. When I need to do a conversion I
just ask the Google Home I keep in the shop: Hey Google, what's 283.4mm
in inches? And she tells me.
Vince.


By
Vince Vielhaber
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#142682
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Re: Deane Kidd and the Metric System
Come on guys, surely it was a joke!
It's like saying to get from feet to inches divide by 0.08333333.
ST
<TekScopes@...> wrote:
Come on guys, surely it was a joke!
It's like saying to get from feet to inches divide by 0.08333333.
ST
<TekScopes@...> wrote:

By
stefan_trethan
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#142680
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Re: 7904A readout bounce
Seems odd, but let's be quite specific about what I see; the readout jumps up and then down exactly at the start of each alternate sweep; difficult to imagine that this is a thermal problem... it's
Seems odd, but let's be quite specific about what I see; the readout jumps up and then down exactly at the start of each alternate sweep; difficult to imagine that this is a thermal problem... it's

By
NigelP
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#142678
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