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Author Topic: Measure a TK type system?  (Read 480 times)

Offline antimony

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Measure a TK type system?
« on: January 30, 2017, 03:26:48 PM »
Hi, guys. I have finally got my flyback transformer circuit to work, and I can begin to experiment with Kapanadze type stuff.
I just got some trouble with measuring the output. Input is just 12 volts Dc.

When I put the analog mA-meter on different places on the circuit I get nothing.

I have never tried to measure before, but I have both analog and digital A and V-meters, and a Wattmeter too.

So if you are willing to help me out, a would be so grateful.

Thanks in advance.

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Measure a TK type system?
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