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Re: 600kV voltmeter
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Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
We use a sphere VDGRF terminal. You could also use a 8-12 inch smooth
plumbing float (Roberts Mfg. Co. on the web).
My chart is in WI and I don't have access to it.
> How is this chart listed. I have the 49th edition and can't find the
> Also could you describe a 7-12 inch ground termianl? Is this like a flat
> plate of these dimensions that has its normal pointing to the toroid?
> Gerry R.
> >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 &
> >Use the standard impulse
> > >generator chart for best accuracy.