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[AMPS] 3-500Z

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Subject: [AMPS] 3-500Z
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Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 17:04:20 -0700
>At 10:55 AM 9/28/01 -0700, you wrote:
>>What, exactly, is the issue?  Does Eimac even still manufacture a 3-500Z?
//  The question is why hasn't Mr. Rauch published the alleged Eimac 
authorization for 500mA?
>The issue is ONLY that Rich brings up anything bad he can direct at Tom,
>given the slightest excuse. 

//   Tom's assertion that 300-ohms/V of equalizer R is correct has no 
basis in any info I've seen from electrolytic capacitor manufactures.  It 
would have made no difference who said it.  As I see it, anyone  - 
including yours truly -  who provides bum dope should be thoroughly 

> The question was about Capacitors, and
>equalizing resistors, and Rich had no clear defense for his position (or he
>would have given it) so- as unsual, he attacked ages old imaginary slights
>as a diversion and as revenge for old scores.

//   The defense is that MOF 100k-ohms 3Wers are known to work for 
equalizing 200uF - 470uF, 450V electrolytic filter capacitors - without 
roasting such.   We have sold over 7k 100k/3w equalizer resistors, and so 
far there have been no reported problems.  Typically, these resistors are 
better than +/- 0.2% of 100k-ohms.

>Both the subjects he brought up have been covered here, but he refuses to
>admit it.
>He is an obsessed person, who (long ago) had a lot to give the community,
>but, now, cannot be believed on any technical subject because his motives
>are always suspect. One doesn't know if he has a valid position, or is just
>trying to hit out to make someone else look bad. His normal reply is
>usually cryptic, making little sense.
>Too bad.
//  Negative feedback is Good for a discussion group because it tends to 
reduce distortion from self-declared experts, and it can keep some folks 
from wasting money.

//   Bill -- Do you believe that AC Circuit Analysis does not work with 
L/R parasitic suppressors?  

>Bill Aycock  ...

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