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Old 05-05-2018, 08:56 PM   #1
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Just curious @Helmut ... what would be the difference if this was an inductor.

I mean, you said it wasn't 'necessarily' an inductor ... but can you post the voltages you would expect if your chicken scratch WAS an inductor ??

You said any load ... so explain resistive, capacitive and inductive in your scenario ??

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Just curious @Helmut ... what would be the difference if this was an inductor.

I mean, you said it wasn't 'necessarily' an inductor ... but can you post the voltages you would expect if your chicken scratch WAS an inductor ??

You said any load ... so explain resistive, capacitive and inductive in your scenario ??

Thanks
Sorry, I posted a simple diagram to explain voltage drop across a load in it's simplest form. Resistors are easy to understand for basic step one theory in voltage drop and voltage measurements. I figured if someone couldn't understand the idea of a reference point for basic measurements of circuits, there is no need to get involved with RCL circuits and total impedance calculations.

In basic theory, there is no need to go to step 10, so to say, without understanding step 1 or 2.

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