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RE: 600kV voltmeter
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- Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 17:02:33 -0700
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Original poster: "Derek Woodroffe" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>This spark length is measured from the toroid to a 7-12 inch ground
terminal. It may then be compared
>with the peak DC potential charts in the Handbook of Chemistry & Physics.
Use the standard impulse
>generator chart for best accuracy.
Ouch That Hurt.. :-/
That method is so simple and obvious , its brilliant.. Why the heck I didn't
think of it before.
What's more embarrassing is the calculations and other complex methods of
determining the Vout of a TC that I have tried in the past.