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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. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    You're a goddamned retarded idiot, fuckhead.
    You do not know that.
    Bullshit. Shunts were over your head until your email
    correspondence with the KeithTard wised you up... a little.

    They certainly are not outside the abilities of many home tinkerers.
    **** off with your safety bullshit primer. The fucker would not have
    asked here if he didn't want to know.
    No, I haven't.
    No, I haven't.
    What? Bully? You're full of shit, retard boy.
    Grow the **** up, dipshit.
    I catch your stalking, retarded ass following me, and you'll be
    taking the big dirt nap, fuckhead.

    Just try it, and find out, jackoff boy.
  2. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    More proof of your stupidity. Yes, they are all the same. They all
    have the same inherent accuracy error, as it is a part of they way
    they work.

    You could give ten models, and the BEST one you come up with will
    have the error problems.

    There are some $1200.00 versions from HP and the like out there that
    you can be more reliant on the reading they give, but the bottom of
    the line is just that. Very basic.

    The ferrite core in the loop alone can vary by 20%. In a mass
    production environment, that means that the overall product basic
    accuracy is a large percentage figure from the get go.

    Got clue?
  3. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    You are further proving your stupidity here.

    I never said a goddamned thing about your flukes, dipshit.

    As far as my resistor goes... If you knew a single fucking thing
    about shunt, you would know how to verify shunt values, and calibrate
    your math to follow precisely.

    Got clue?

    You are the one that is full of shit. You forget Ohm's law about
    every other post. If you know it at all.
  4. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Specifics of YOUR method you "tube steak parasite"!
  5. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    And still, No Make and Model..........Just more rhetoric from
  6. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Now, you talk about stupid.....which meter are you going to use to calibrate
    which meter??? Give me those Shack numbers.....I would like to know where
    you are going to find an "accurate" .1mv meter there..... claim to be so smart.....but have never answered the question
    once....are we back to your $3 ARE dumber than dirt!
    You think all you have to do is "Put on Your Prick Suit" and everyone
    bows....get used to getting kicked in the teeth Moron when you try that crap
    with me!
  7. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    No, you don't.
    Nor do you have the ability to sort anything out from the OP or you would
    have been gone weeks ago, Moron!
    Wrong again somehow think a current shunt is something
    special.....what an absolute idiot
    Only a Fool as yourself would consider safety to be "bullshit"

    ROTFLMAO....AT YOU!!!!
    Woosy Boy's got his panties in a bunch!
  8. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest win the prize...Amp clamps are not all the same...
    And mine is accurate to 2% plenty good enough for the OP....plenty simple
    AND the tool of choice by electricians!

    Got Brain?....the OP just needed to measure household current....your
    suggestion, for the OP, is still idiotic!
  9. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    I suppose Fluke is not adequate????
    More proof of your total ignorance.....
    You obviously don't understand that equation since you have contradicted it
    over and over throughout this thread...
    That is obvious to calculations have been correct and accurate
    from the start...yours, laughable!
  10. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    You are obviously not aware of what they offer.

    Hell, one could go to the local Fry's and do the same thing against
    a nice Tektronix model if one was so worried about Radio Shack's rep
    or reliability. You are aware of their numerous contributions to the
    field, aren't you? That would be their parent, Tandy Corp.

    There are also places where calibration standards are available for
    use, like in some military surplus stores, or the old school style
    electronics repair shops.

    You are out of touch, as well as being not aware of what is in use
    today... apparently.
  11. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    Make and Model Doper Boy....what device are you going to use to measure your
    ..001ohm resistor???
    This is more side bullcrap that you try all the time to get off the subject
    , but yet never ever answer the question...Well, Answer It You Tube Steak
  12. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    I never said anything about a $3 meter. You are thinking of someone
    else, or lying again, as usual. How smart is that?
    That would make you dumber than elementary particles.
    I call you a retard, because you troll me, and you ARE a retard,
    electrically speaking.
    You declaration of victory is again noted, but not supported by
  13. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    You are one big ERROR!!!!

    No lies here.....just your own pathetic postings.....And ButtHead....a clamp
    would have done the job just fine...If the OP hired and electrician, guess
    what idiot, he would have come in with an ampclamp to do the job, not a
    powerstrip with a resistor dangling from the cord and a $1500 meter that
    would be accuarte in the 100microvolt range.....You really are dumber than
    dirt and twice and dense!
  14. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    Actually, for what the OP wants... A rough estimate, the original
    responses that gave averages for PCs, and some of the components
    therein, and the suggestions that he research his devices at their
    respective manufacturer's websites was the most valid way of getting
    his answers.

    HOWEVER. Without ANY fucking high dollar meter, one could get the
    answer. A cheap meter and the right resistor, just like I suggested,
    would do the job to the degree of accuracy he needed.

    Your amp clamp comes up not cheap at that point, and even if my
    cheapo system ends up 3% off, he gets his cheap answer.

    And that, folks, is the rest of the story.
  15. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    If we were in the same room, you would get your mouth mashed, mother
    fucker, for trying to put words into other people's mouths.

    I never said anything remotely like what you claim here.

    You've got marbles loose, wussy boy.
  16. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    OH yes you did, when Ed chimed in with that $3 meter , you were quick to
    claim that it would work just fine until I asked what accuracy....suddenly
    you fell silent....
    Still got the prick suit on hey peckerhead.......Why don't you bong some
    more dope you idiot!!
    Well, Make and Model of that fabulous cheap meter????????
  17. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    The cheapo meter and cheap resistor would be less costly, and
    sufficiently accurate for the poster's needs. That is what YOU fail
    to grasp. I beat you many times over, both on the cheap, and the
    accurate ways to do this job. You lose!
  18. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    That is not the rest of the story because you did not claim here what "your
    system" is ....YOU will never read a .001ohm resistor accurately without an
    expensive meter.....So nice try again....but still, no facts, no make and
    model and the best you can do is claim "YOUR SYSTEM".....once again, dumber
    than dirt and twice and dense!
  19. Ross Mac

    Ross Mac Guest

    You have contradicted yourself so many times I don't think YOU know what you
    said. On top of that lies and ignorance. You really are a pathetic
    bastard......I should pity your sorry ass......but don't hold your breath!
  20. DarkMatter

    DarkMatter Guest

    Which is it? Every other post you squawk off about accuracy, and
    every other post, you squawk off about how the OP didn't need anything
    but an estimate.

    Ride that razor blade.
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