From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Kelvin-Varley voltage divider ?
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Date: Wed, 08 Jan 2003 02:42:11 GMT
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On Wed, 08 Jan 2003 02:32:39 GMT,
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Entitled: "Kelvin-Varley voltage divider ?",
Wrote the following:
|We have a device at work that we use to calibrate some equipment. It has
|this selector type switches to set the output voltage. It looks like the
|counter of an old VCR but with buttons on top and bottom. I found out it is
|called a Kelvin-Varley switch. I'm having a hard time finding a replacement
|for them so I thought may be I can replace it with something else. I was
|trying to find info on how it work and I'm so stuck. Plenty of devices that
|use this stuff but I can find actual theory on how a Kelvin-Varley divider
|Could someone point me in the right direction ? The one we have a 10 steps
|and 4 digits.
Just search on Kelvin-Varley, using your browser *and* on Google...
there's tons of stuff.
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