Posts tagged with: Sanwa

Sanwa PC510 Battery Replacement with Panasonic 9V Extra Heavy Duty

Do you realize that your measurement device also need a battery replacement? Some might not aware about this. Not only your digital device, but also your analog “needle” based measurement device. They do need battery replacement. I bought this Sanwa...
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Measuring Cathode Current and Resistor Rating

Some people send me an email asking about how to measure cathode current and resistor rating. I will show you how to do it and actually this way is not only applicable for cathode resistor (but commonly used for that...
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Measuring the Tube Glass Surface Temperature

My Sanwa PC510 multimeter has the capability to measure the temperature via small probe. So, I’m curious to measure my tube glass/surface temperature. I test the 6N1P, 6N6P, and 5U4G tubes....
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Measurement Meter Comparison

On this lazy new year, I do a comparison between some of my old cheap meter (for Capacitance and Multimeter) and my new well know brand, Sanwa. I finish some measurement for Capacitor and Resistor. It seems even the old...
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ELMA Switch for Capacitor Comparison Session

Still remember the Extreme Capacitor Battle article? Well, it’s not done yet, but we are very close on it. The break-in session has reached around 180++ hours. I can feel the characteristic from each capacitor. To simplify (and easier) comparison...
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