TESTING CAPS ON CURVE TRACER

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Radiosmoker
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TESTING CAPS ON CURVE TRACER

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This link show how this can be done if your wondering.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ricHuPFXfBI
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Re: TESTING CAPS ON CURVE TRACER

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Thats a Octopus component tester.

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Re: TESTING CAPS ON CURVE TRACER

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True,

Except for high voltage test for quality?
Or leakage?
heres a link to one of several adaptations for building a simple curve tracer to more complex designs and usages.

https://www.arrl.org/files/file/QEX_Nex ... rreora.pdf

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