Other useful test equipment (was: RE: Scope use...)

From: Dwight Elvey <elvey_at_hal.com>
Date: Fri Jul 21 19:21:48 2000

ard_at_p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony Duell) wrote:
> Incidentally, once you've found the fault (at least the first few times)
> you should go back and look over the 'evidence' (voltage readings,
> waveforms, etc). See how they pointed to the real fault. Most likely
> you'll come to realise that the clues to the fault were there from the
> start (this has happened to me more times than I care to remember -- I've
> spent hours tracking down the faulty part only to realise that the first
> few measurements I made were enough to find the fault if only I'd been
> clueful enough to realise it.

 This is the most important part of learning to trouble shoot.
Thanks for pointing it out.
Received on Fri Jul 21 2000 - 19:21:48 BST

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