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Old 28th September 2003, 01:41 PM   #1
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Old 28th September 2003, 01:58 PM   #3
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I would say this is part of a SMPSU...probably the part AFTER the switching controller and MOSFETs...
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Old 28th September 2003, 02:16 PM   #5
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So what do you want the rest of us to explain???
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Most DVM:s don't particularly like measuring 100kHz square wave, so it'll likely not give very accurate results.
Another, less scientific reason would be that you're using the DC range of your DVM to measure AC (been there, done that )

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The frequency is too high for your multimeter...
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how is that possible!
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Old 28th September 2003, 03:21 PM   #9
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the meter was set to DC when trying to read an AC voltage
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Probably...or there is a problem with ur multimeter??? Probably not...
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