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Electric OU 3: Fluke 199 ScopeMeter part 1

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Uploaded on Jul 7, 2009

Playing a little with the Fluke-O-Scope (Fluke ScopeMeter 199) on the Ainslie circuit. Sorry about the fast cut at the end--I experienced an equipment failure--stepped on me dreds, mon.

The point here is that the Fluke seems to default to a min/max reading of 3.7/96.3 percent on duty cycles. There is no way that I got "96.3" percent just by randomly twiddling my FG knob like that. But that's what the Fluke reports. Or its inverse on extremely short cycles.

And this Fluke is indeed in calibration, NIST-traceable, ISO9001, by Fluke Industrial B.V.

In a later video I hope to be able to illustrate the false triggering that the Ainslie circuit can produce in this type of DSO.

Ainslie's blog, where the patent application and the EIT paper may be found:
http://rosemaryainslie.blogspot.com/
A discussion thread about Ainslie's theoretical framework, with some details from her about her academic and scientific background:
http://www.thenakedscientists.com/for...
The thread where I have been posting my work with this circuit:
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?to...
And finally, the thread where Ainslie is currently posting, from which at least two of my relevant posts have been removed by "moderation":
http://www.energeticforum.com/renewab...

(EDITED to replace "most" with "at least two")

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