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Re: Amperage pull of a computer?

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by [email protected], Jan 27, 2004.

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  1. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Make and model????? Gee, you skipped that for the hundreth time. And used
    on Ebay...they will need calibration....if they even work correctly! Another
    thing idiot....just because the meter resolves to 4.5 digits, it does NOT
    mean it will do that in the mv scale unless the extra digits are
    meaningless.....It's obvious you are full of crap to me because you cannot
    find an inexpensive meter to read an accurate drop across your .001ohm
    resistor so you are now trolling about Ebay for some hunk of crap...So once
    again Doper Boy.....Make and Model??????????????????
     
  2. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    LOL.....directly installed in the wire....you mean hanging there with no
    mount....LOL

    This was never a discussion on shunt resistors.....that is something you
    have tried to turn it into....
    This was a discussion on how to easily and cheaply measure several devices
    in the OP's home.
    Your recommendation of building this powerstrip with a .1 ohm resistor and
    using a DMM was ridiculous because the OP would have never been able to do
    this...Then you got even more ridiculous and went to a .001 ohm resistor
    when confronted with the wattage necesary at .1ohm....Now the OP would need
    an expensive meter to read accurately to .1mv......And still the OP would
    not have been able to do this and would be lucky if he didn't get
    zapped...All of this so you could improve the reading of a good ampclamp by
    a percent or so.
    This is idiotic!
    I'll tell you who ought to get a clue, that would be a certain LIAR that is
    claiming in another group that there is "a retard in another group that
    claims a clamp is more accurate than a shunt". That was never said in this
    thread accept in the context of meter cost and accuracy. Your lies are
    obvious to anyone who reads this thread.....
    Any more lies to tell????? Make and Model???????
     
  3. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    If you'll refer to the post where I made the statement dipshit, I
    didn't say 20 PCs I said nearly 20, and I was referring to the PC
    itself, not any monitors, dipshit.
     
  4. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    As I told you I would. How's this... **** off!

    NOW do you get it?
     
  5. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    Nope. Verification against a known calibrated unit would be fine.

    Got clue?
     
  6. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    Hahahahaha... you really are lost, dipass.

    I'll bet you can't find a 4.5 digit true RMS meter that does not
    resolve to at least 10 microvolts.

    You must not no anything about decimal location or orders of
    magnitude.

    You IQ is an order of magnitude lower than mine. That places you at
    an under twenty figure, retard boy.
     
  7. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    No, dumbfuck! That is what YOU keep putting forward, not me.

    YOU keep trying to make up shit about how it "has to be" when it is
    obvious that YOU have to be a fucking retard.

    That means that YOU ARE a fucking retard.
     
  8. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    You are full of shit.

    My original suggestion to the poster was to use a shunt resistor,
    and measure the voltage across it.

    Got clue?
     
  9. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    Bullshit. An amp clamp is not accurate at the bottom of the scale,
    and is inaccurate to begin with.

    A good meter has 0.05% typical basic AC voltage accuracy, and that
    makes the reading taken pretty much exact, when using your amp clamp
    as a comparison.

    Got clue?
     
  10. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    If you want to throw stones in a glass house....consider being correct and
    specific instead dull, stupid and trollish!
     
  11. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Make and Model???? Can't come up with it???
    Further proof....the best you can do is a childish outburst!
     
  12. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Now you need 2 devices....one cheap and one expensive to calibrate....You
    just dig in deeper and deeper you dull stupid troll.....Do you really think
    the OP will buy 2 meters ???? Dumb and Dumber...fits you well today!!!
     
  13. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Oh?????
    Boy did you just make an idiot out of yourself...Unlike yourself, I will
    give a make and model that is 4.5 digits and drops to 2.5 digits in the
    200mv range. That would be a Fluke 8062A. This is a $400 meter made by one
    of the best, Fluke.
    And stupid, resolve will not help you, accurate to 1% at .1mv is what you
    will need to beat my amp clamp....
    I would venture to guess I have taken MUCH more mathematics than yourself
    from what I have seen in this thread!!
    You best do your homework because you are looking stupider and dumber
    everytime you post.....Well after all, it is afternoon, and you've been into
    the bong all day......Take another puff you absolute idiotic moron!
     
  14. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    A triple on the DimBulbOmeter......
    LOL.....You never have come up with anything complete....you added and
    subtracted and changed and rechanged. You just kept moving the goal posts
    everytime I would kick your RoachMatter ass into the
    corner....Caaaaaaaarunnnnch!!....That is you a full a crap liar,
    doper..........no more..........You want to go back to your idiotic claim of
    a 47% error using a clamp......LOL.....God that was funny.....
     
  15. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    And a stupid suggestion.....the OP couldn't do that or he never would have
    had to ask the question. You're just too pigheaded to admit you have been
    wrong for hundreds of posts in hundreds of threads and just try to bully and
    bad mouth your way out of everything.....
    Just try it with me...I will follow you to the end of the earth....So do ya
    feel lucky?? Well do ya PunkBoy.....
     
  16. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Which ampclamp are you talking about....they are NOT all the same...of
    course you will never give a make and model as I have!
    Flukes best handheld meters the 8060 and the 189 do not have AC accuracy at
    ..05%.....maybe .2 or .5%......wrong once again idiot......You also seem to
    forget you resistor....it's accuracy will be 1% also......the next problem
    you have here is a resistor in the .001ohm range will require an expensive
    DMM if you want AC accuracy at .1mv .....You are so full a crap.....
    Got Brain?
     
  17. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    You're a goddamned idiot.

    You argue for a hundred posts that the op only wants an estimate,
    then you argue here that specifics are needed. Make up your mind,
    dipshit.
     
  18. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    Outburst? You're a fuckin' retard, boy.
     
  19. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    You're an idiot.

    Take a resistor, and a battery to a Radio Shack store. "Test out"
    their best meter with your battery and record the voltage and room
    temp. Test the resistor.

    Return home, and using the same ambient room temp, test the meter's
    calibration to the battery, and resistor reading you got at the rat
    shack.

    Pretty simple FREE shit, jackass. Hell, you could probably take
    your meter in with you and "compare accuracy". The sales person has
    no idea that your meter isn't calibrated, and assumes that what you
    are verifying is the calibration and accuracy of the meter in the
    store.

    Got clue? You stupid bastard.
     
  20. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    I never said that. I made a math error, and incorrectly stated a
    margin of error for the AMMETER section (you know, the shunt variety,
    dipshit) of a regular DMM. When told about by a person OTHER than
    you, I admitted it. Got clue. I also explained how I made the error,
    but that was miles over your fucking head.

    I never said a goddamned thing about a clamp, other than that they are
    very inaccurate near their respective scale ends, and that their basic
    accuracy is low. Making them a poor choice for this task.

    So, you posted yet another lie that YOU make up as YOU go along.
     
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