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[AMPS] Anode current vs cathode current...

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Subject: [AMPS] Anode current vs cathode current...
From: gdaught6@leland.Stanford.EDU (George T. Daughters)
Date: Tue, 3 Mar 1998 13:43:33 +0008
hi all,

rich wrote..

> Anode current can be metered in the negative hv circuitry.

you bet it can!  and then the ammeter is close to ground.  this is a 
good thing, but it requires a bit of thinking about *NOT* grounding 
filter capacitor cans, etc. 

a really great way is to build the supply with B+ and B- both 
isolated from ground, then put the meter in the connection from 
ground to B-    

there are scads of examples of this in handbooks for the last several 

George T. Daughters, K6GT

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