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Re: Zapper current


"Perhaps I missed it, but are you reading DC ma or AC ma?"

DC These are square waves...

"And why do you insist on using a DMM when the accepted method is to use an oscilloscope? How do you know that your zapper is actually providing the correct output without observing the actual waveform?"

I don't have an oscilloscope. I am sure that the DMM is reading quite fine. This is because the current is consistent with the voltage which is consistent with the amperage. (V=IxR) I believe that I have two other VOMs which I can compare to, both much cheaper models though, but why - just because you don't believe me???

I am an engineer by the way and have been modifying and designing audio circuits for many years. I was not born yesterday.

After I used the Hulda Clark Zapper for a few times, I have solely been using a function generator. It provides a LOT more flexibility. I can dial in any frequency and I can set the voltage, which I measure with the VOM. It also gives me the flexibility of changing the waveform.

 

 
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