Electrical load testing

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by neadaporsh, Sep 30, 2009.

  1. neadaporsh

    neadaporsh Member

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    Can anyone tell me where I can get an induction load tester?
     
  2. gs34

    gs34 Junior Member

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    Wow! Can't imagine why you would need one. However, if you really want an inductive load bank(tester), they are available and QUITE costly.
    Just do a google search and they are there. Manufactures such as Simplex, or Avtron will be more than happy to give you all the information you seek.
     
  3. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    If you are looking for a digital "AMP CLAMP" to quickly measure DC current...they can be had at Harbor Freight, Time Motion Tools, Allied, Newark, Mouser and a host of other electronic parts supply houses. If you buy "Brand" names like Fluke, you will pay a heavy premium...I have a Bell that works for AC & DC current...9V battery press trigger in open air, zero and put it 'round your cable, voila' your good to go.
     
  4. Hoople

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    Ahaa, that's what he must be looking for. For a minute I thought he was looking for a power absorbtion unit so he could build his own Eddy current Dyno. But now the Amp Clamp makes more sense....
     
  5. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    Flux capacitor could work, but the good "Doctor"... will get back to him on that...or Joy for that matter! :lolrolling
     
  6. Hoople

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    That is a Great movie of all time. I bet I have watched it 30-40 times & could win a trivia contest!

    "Hey Doc does this thing run on Hi-Test?" "No Marty, It needs something with a little more kick. Plutonium!":)
     
  7. jdaws

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    What are you looking to do and what are you testing for?