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From: Tilmann Reh
Subject: Re: Short Circuit Detector
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 16:02:22 +0200
Organization: Autometer GmbH
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red rover schrieb:
> Does anyone have link to a design for
> short circuit detector? I recall that Bob
> Pease had a design for one in his Analog
> Troubleshooting book. I believe it was
> basically a micro ohmeter with an audio
> output and you worked your way around
> the pcb homing in on the fault.
> Anybody here made one? Any good success?
I made one, based on a circuit published in a book several years ago.
Worked fine for me. Since the measuring voltage is only a few ten
millivolts, you can even find the tracks on assembled PCBs.
Dipl.-Ing. Tilmann Reh
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