- Joined Jun 15, 2019
The circuit I mentioned is very generic; any two-stage transistor audio amplifier circuit will have a similar configuration and the resistors will be in the order of a few kΩ, while the capacitors will be from 1 to 100µF depending on the stage.Please indicate the required values on the diagram, I will try to make this diagram on the layout. Let's see what the LCR meter shows.
Yes, you are absolutely right. The main thing in our work is the head. So it has been and always will be, even after 100 years.All in all, this is an excellent tester but, just like with anything else in the test world, a thorough understanding of the circuit being tested is indispensible.
Good luck with your job!
Yes, this is a good workhorse.I have a LCR meter (not as nice as yours - it is a Reed 5001) but it is one of my most used pieces of equipment.
Oh, I thought the LCR Pro1 Plus could read all that. In this case my 5001 is indeed more equipped as I usually measure Q (inductors) and D (capacitors).The user manuals R5001 says the opposite:
Ls / Lp / Cs / Cp with D / Q / θ / ESR parameters
Yes, it is written in the manual. I saw it.Please note the test voltage of an LCR meter is a sinusoidal wave. 0.2Vrms has peak voltage 0.28V (0.2Vrms*1.4) and 0.5Vrms has peak voltage 0.7Vrms (0.5Vrms*1.4).
Yesterday I received this meter of electronic components. I began to study his work. Everything seemed to be fine and expected, even better than I thought.
But there is no large experience of measurements directly in circuit. Therefore, I decided to ask a question on the forum.
In measurements in circuit, you can use a voltage of 0.5 volts or only 0.2 volts?
Indeed, as is known, the accuracy of the measurement depends on the magnitude of the voltage.
https://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/createThreadGlobal/sorry to put this here but how do I start a new post ? I have not used the forum for a while and can not see a new post button
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