Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2011 13:31:41
Author: Bill Alexander
Subject: Re: DC Watt-meter
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Since you don't have to deal with power factor, why not just measure voltage
On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 12:50 PM, Richard Flarend
> I'm looking for a DC watt-meter that reads full scale at somewhere between
> 100-500 W (200 is ideal), and works in the ~30V range. I'm surprised that
> none of the normal places seem to have one ( McMaster, Newark, Mouser,
> etc.). Do any of you know where to find one?
Excuse me if I ramble, I own a Nash.
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
Humboldt State University
Arcata CA 95521
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