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Test Equipment / Re: Siglent SDS2000X Plus
« Last post by Tankj on Today at 02:07:26 pm »
I just upgraded my 2000X+ and tested some new features, they are all great!

BUT, yes there always a "but", Could anyone school me what is so called "Track plot"?

I think I found this item under the measurement menu, as the pics below, but it always says "NULL".  Tried everything under the  measurement menu, still can't make it available.
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What is this? How to use it properly?
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Test Equipment / Re: Test Equipment Anonymous (TEA) group therapy thread
« Last post by Cerebus on Today at 02:07:21 pm »

6 oz gatorade
6 oz milk
6 oz V-8
1 banana

Blender to drinkable consistency. Do not add egg. ever. Optionally, add 1 bag of salted peanuts if you can stand the smell while its blending; it may make you hurl again. This may be a good thing.  :-DD

Pinch nose and chug; it tastes like sweet ass. If you're lucky it will shortly prompt a BM and you'll feel better almost instantly. Otherwise, give it a hour (and lots of burps) and you'll be starving and ready to pull the ears off a Gondar. ;)

Och man, ye're doing it all wrong. Irn Bru and a Mars Bar. Battering and deep frying the mars bar is optional.
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Hi,

This is what i mean...
https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/grid-voltage-rise-solar/

GTI's have got serious problems up ahead !!!

If people want there own solar generation. Then pretty soon, they are going to have to "island" their household mains from the grid, and just use a standard Non grid tied inverter from the panels to supply their household...

This is obvious, do you not agree?
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Test Equipment / Re: Test Equipment Anonymous (TEA) group therapy thread
« Last post by Saskia on Today at 02:01:55 pm »
Oh remember to never let me do work drinks again  :-DD :-DD

03.00 and just got home. 99% fucked.  Ended up in Inferno :-DD. TE day tomorrow.

You must be getting old. I remember when I'd have called that an early finish, and I suspect you do too.  >:D

The point at which one really can't hack it any more cuts in around 50, when the handovers start to hang around all day.

Yes I remember leaving clubs for the first train. Definitely getting old now  :-DD

As for the hangover it’s absolutely horrific and I’m not quite 50 yet :-DD

6 oz gatorade
6 oz milk
6 oz V-8
1 banana

Blender to drinkable consistency. Do not add egg. ever. Optionally, add 1 bag of salted peanuts if you can stand the smell while its blending; it may make you hurl again. This may be a good thing.  :-DD

Pinch nose and chug; it tastes like sweet ass. If you're lucky it will shortly prompt a BM and you'll feel better almost instantly. Otherwise, give it a hour (and lots of burps) and you'll be starving and ready to pull the ears off a Gondar. ;)

I used to put the ingredients in my "change of clothes bag" for Margarita night. Never once regretted the extra weight. ;)

mnem
 :popcorn:
6 cl Herradura reposado
3 cl Cointreau
5 cl freshly squeezed lime juice
5 tspoon cane sugar sirup
handful of frozen strawberries
blend and serve in a Margarita cocktail glass.
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Embedded Computing / Re: Linux: maximum bootable kernel size in PPC/32bit
« Last post by Monkeh on Today at 02:01:29 pm »
If the kernel size is > 8MB, it doesn't boot, it doesn't show anything, it simply freezes without any clue.
If the kernel size is <= 8Mbyte, it boots correctly.

I'd be focusing on the bootloader. And ignoring PKTKS who can't even tell you're not dealing with an x86.

An interesting experiment might be padding a bootable image to >8M.
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Start with Reply 150 in this thread where Charlotte buys a SDS1202X-E and begins to explore a LOT of the options.  There's a lot to learn by following along in this thread.

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/beginners/what-an-oscilloscope-recommended-for-a-woman-passionate-about-electronics/150/
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Usually, calibrating a tip takes less than 1 minute!
im too lazy to pick termocouple for multimeter from shelf
everything is better when there is no need to lift ass  :-DD
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Test Equipment / Re: Test Equipment Anonymous (TEA) group therapy thread
« Last post by Cerebus on Today at 01:58:12 pm »
I don't know what the modern ones are like, but the old one I picked up (and flipped) had far too many skeleton pots for my comfort.

Quite. Trimpots are the work of the devil. I go out of my way when designing things to design out the need for them. Electronic, closed case, calibration/alignment is the only way to go to keep your sanity. I've worked on too many things where tweaking pot A alters the thing you have to trim with pot B, and tweaking pot B alters the thing you have to trim with pot A. That kind of iterative insanity is what computers where made for.
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Oh remember to never let me do work drinks again  :-DD :-DD

03.00 and just got home. 99% fucked.  Ended up in Inferno :-DD. TE day tomorrow.

You must be getting old. I remember when I'd have called that an early finish, and I suspect you do too.  >:D

The point at which one really can't hack it any more cuts in around 50, when the handovers start to hang around all day.

Yes I remember leaving clubs for the first train. Definitely getting old now  :-DD

As for the hangover it’s absolutely horrific and I’m not quite 50 yet :-DD

6 oz gatorade
6 oz milk
6 oz V-8
1 banana

Blender to drinkable consistency. Do not add egg. ever. Optionally, add 1 bag of salted peanuts if you can stand the smell while its blending; it may make you hurl again. This may be a good thing.  :-DD

Pinch nose and chug; it tastes like sweet ass. If you're lucky it will shortly prompt a BM and you'll feel better almost instantly. Otherwise, give it a hour (and lots of burps) and you'll be starving and ready to pull the ears off a Gondar. ;)

I used to put the ingredients in my "change of clothes bag" for Margarita night. Never once regretted the extra weight. ;)

mnem
 :popcorn:
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I had a look at your video and I can see where your argument is based - however it is nowhere near an accurate representation of the Blackbird mechanism.  The best I can say is that it is somewhat backwards and that this claim:
You can see the effect of how blackbird works in my slow down video version.
is completely invalid.  You presume your presentation models the Blackbird mechanism - which it clearly does not.

If you want to insist on there being some form of energy storage, then the only quarter I will give in that direction is that there is energy in the wind.

Nevertheless, all our arguments have been, are and will continue to be in vain if you persist with this generator/motor wheels topology.  The key elements here are the wheels, the propeller and the driveline between them in a windy environment.

Those elements have been explored in two frames of reference, which have both shown the effect is real.  These frames of reference are:
 1. with respect to the ground, where the vehicle is in motion, as is the air (wind)
 2. with respect to the vehicle, where only the ground is in motion and the air is still
In both frames, the wheels are rotating and the propeller is spinning


Your generator/motor wheels topology is not appropriate - yet you continue to insist that it is.  The problem is that you cannot (or will not) consider it might not be correct ... and it is this stubbornness that will see you consistently mislead yourself.
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