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Author Topic: Measure a low turns coil  (Read 1038 times)

Offline antimony

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Measure a low turns coil
« on: November 15, 2016, 10:35:46 AM »
Hi, i have a LCR-meter (Uni-t UT611) that i have had and used without any problems until now. I have would a bell shaped ferrite core like the Lithuania crew has specified that it should be wound, and when i try to measure some of the windings, not just on this one, the meter doesn´t pick up anything and in other cases just jumps between a bunch of different values.

I think this may be becouse of that when you try to measure windings that had few turns, it hasn´t that capability.

Is there another way of doing this with some equation, and oscilloscope or some other solution?

This is a link to the meter. http://www.uni-trend.com/productsdetail.aspx?ProductsID=816&ProductsCateId=818&CateId=818

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Measure a low turns coil
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