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Old 19th June 2019, 06:20 PM   #31
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Okay so I've learned that this specific panel meter is connected in parallel, so switching is easy. It can't work with the TSE though since it requires a cathode bias resistor
You really want a voltage meter, and then measure the voltage across R28 and 18.

I added test points on my top panel to provide access to the voltages/bias

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Old 19th June 2019, 06:31 PM   #32
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Installing panel meters on an SE
Yea, that makes total sense!
Whether justified or not, I am slightly concerned on putting the current meter in series.
I'm looking for a 0-500mV, or 0-1V meter for this purpose.
Potentially will use a single meter on a switch between L-R as in the photo
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Old 22nd June 2019, 12:25 AM   #33
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If using a 0-100mA meter on the tse, one for each triode. Would it be better to place it in series from the cathode to ground rather than in series with the anode. You would have to open the circuit board trace to do this.
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You can't separate the filament circuit of the two output tubes without two separate filament supplies. This would require a custom power transformer (two filament windings) and two rectifier / filter / regulator circuits. Unless you plan to redesign a good part of the amp, the meter must go in the plate circuit.
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Old 22nd June 2019, 01:35 AM   #35
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Yes I have two separate filament supplies,though I would prefer to place the ammeters where R18 and R29 are. Are there any issues with this method other than the meters being rated for the voltage?

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