Re: P = V * I

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Subject: Re: P = V * I
Name: Castle50
Date: 10/21/2001 10:44:52 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: P = V * I posted by Bob

That's kinda my reasoning about going on the high voltage side, since your not adding to the load of the system. Probably all your asking the power supply to do is add enough current to power a digital readout. If you break them before they enter the supply, you've added nothing. However your asking the owner to do some electrical wiring which can't be good in some additions.
The problem, as stated above with analog meters, is that the flucuations in the meter would make these kind of loads unreadable.
I dunno, with power supplies running less than the meters, this might not be economic, but low voltage can be detrimental too.
Electronic parts are very vague to me, but I would think that someone somewhere must want to know loads in this range and something is out there.
Thanks for your input.

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