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Author Topic: Series Cap Scavange  (Read 10639 times)

Offline webby1

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Re: Series Cap Scavange
« Reply #45 on: September 09, 2016, 09:56:26 PM »
I let these run for like 10 minutes each before reading,, I am using resistors for all output current,, I need to dig up a low resistor that will work for the input.  Even tho the input current drops down to 0.03 I am assuming that it jumps up to 0.045 and either of those is above the threshold of the low scale for either of my meters.

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secondary 554 ohms  274 ohms   output 1642 ohms

shorted

.0125A AC 13.1V AC   0.16375                      input
.0101A DC 16.56V DC  0.167256  1642R   output

554 res
.0026 13.2  0.03432
.0024 3.91  0.009384  1642R
.0056 3.13  0.017528   554R

274 res
.0036 13.2   0.04752
.0094  2.57  0.024158    274R
.0033  5.32  0.017556    1642R

feedback
.04      12.8   0.512
.0192  31.5   0.604    1642R

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Re: Series Cap Scavange
« Reply #45 on: September 09, 2016, 09:56:26 PM »

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Re: Series Cap Scavange
« Reply #46 on: September 09, 2016, 10:44:36 PM »
I am using 2 5W 0.1 Ohm J white resistors in series,,

I am NOT using the Fluke,, I had it on the output side,, my bad

I am reading 0.01V AC across those resistors so that is 0.05A AC

.05A AC  12.8V AC     0.64
.019A DC  31.4V DC  0.5966

The funny thing is that my meter reads 0.04-0.03 without those resistors.

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Re: Series Cap Scavange
« Reply #47 on: September 22, 2016, 04:05:01 PM »
This is interesting,, it must be stray EMI or some such,,

I am now reading a voltage drop across a 50.4ohm resistor or .184V with an input reading from the wall wart of 0V @ 0A and the load resistor of 2195 ohms is showing 7.1V and growing,, the wall wart is plugged in but the second leg does not connected as such,, I opened my meter for current,, pulled a lead.

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Re: Series Cap Scavange
« Reply #48 on: September 22, 2016, 05:21:55 PM »
Nevermind,,

I interrupted the wrong wire :)

My bad.

 

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