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Simple inductance meter
posted June 23 2010 19:37.52





Luk made an inductance meter which comes in handy when winding your own coils or transformers as needed in switching power supplies. It becomes even necessary for winding flyback transformers where the air gap must be adjusted.
The author of the original circuit is unknow but Luk made the PCB and added an additional range switch and a buzzer.
Complete details and schematics can be found here.

[Link: doc-diy]
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