{Collins} Re: 516 F2 High voltages testing?



Hi Larry.....yes, the voltages will be considerably higher when a jumper
is used as well as creating a possible safety hazard.
The best way is.....test it as you use it.
Plug it into the rig, turn it on and check your voltages inside the rig,
not the chassis of the power supply. This will check the integrity of
the cable and all its connections as well.

Regards

Dave Harmon
NSRCA 586
K6XYZ[at]comcast[dot]net
Torrance, Ca.

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Subject: {Collins} 516 F2 High voltages testing?

Hi Folks
Here is one for you guys to help me with.
Can the High voltages be check on 516.F2 with the power supply 
disconnected from the transmitter with a jumper between 7 and 5 of the 
extended plug ?  If so should I expect 
differences to be lots higher?  Or should high voltages only 
be checked while connected to the transmitter to apply load.

Thank you

Larry 
AF4LH



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