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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #100 on: January 17, 2019, 09:33:31 pm »

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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #101 on: January 18, 2019, 08:13:34 am »

Congrats!
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Yup... The Siglent SDS1104X-E scope is great since it not only has a Cat-5 network output you can view on a computer screen with a browser, you can also plug in a USB thumbdrive and take a screenshot anytime you like. This is a really great teaching tool for all kinds of demonstrations I have planned. Here's a screen shot of my 3-phase desktop demo. 
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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #102 on: January 18, 2019, 08:02:11 pm »



Yup... The Siglent SDS1104X-E scope is great since it not only has a Cat-5 network output you can view on a computer screen with a browser, you can also plug in a USB thumbdrive and take a screenshot anytime you like. This is a really great teaching tool for all kinds of demonstrations I have planned. Here's a screen shot of my 3-phase desktop demo.

This is really great stuff.  Now i want to take one of your classes....
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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #103 on: January 18, 2019, 08:22:59 pm »

This is really great stuff.  Now i want to take one of your classes....

I'll see if I can get an invite to bring this class to AES. Will any of you be there?

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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #104 on: January 19, 2019, 11:06:51 pm »

Would be awesome if you could do it over at the AES@NAMM seminars. Knowledge I would love to have.

I'll see if I can get an invite to bring this class to AES. Will any of you be there?

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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #105 on: January 21, 2019, 06:46:08 am »

Would be awesome if you could do it over at the AES@NAMM seminars. Knowledge I would love to have.

There's not enough time to get on the schedule for AES/NAMM next week, but I'll work on 2020 AES/NAMM. I'll also see if I can hook up with some of the local AES chapters on the east coast. The 3-phase power demonstration along with using a NCVT for stray voltage detection would be a great 60-minute seminar. And adding how to use a clamp-ammeter to find ground-loop current hum would turn this into an informative 90-minute seminar. I'll contact the student AES chapter at Shenandoah University this week (my classes start tomorrow) to see what kind of interest there might be.
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« Reply #106 on: January 22, 2019, 02:49:30 am »

ESTA now has a big presence at the winter NAMM show, as well. Maybe a better fit?

There's not enough time to get on the schedule for AES/NAMM next week, but I'll work on 2020 AES/NAMM. I'll also see if I can hook up with some of the local AES chapters on the east coast. The 3-phase power demonstration along with using a NCVT for stray voltage detection would be a great 60-minute seminar. And adding how to use a clamp-ammeter to find ground-loop current hum would turn this into an informative 90-minute seminar. I'll contact the student AES chapter at Shenandoah University this week (my classes start tomorrow) to see what kind of interest there might be.
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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #107 on: January 22, 2019, 07:48:38 am »

ESTA now has a big presence at the winter NAMM show, as well. Maybe a better fit?

Ref: http://etcp.esta.org/

I contacted the ESTA a few years ago about presenting my Entertainment Electricity Seminars, but never heard back from them. Perhaps my new "Principals of 3-phase AC Power" seminar will break the ice and get them interested. Does anyone here have a contact with this group?
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Re: 3-phase power demonstration
« Reply #108 on: October 04, 2020, 01:28:51 pm »

There's not enough time to get on the schedule for AES/NAMM next week, but I'll work on 2020 AES/NAMM. I'll also see if I can hook up with some of the local AES chapters on the east coast. The 3-phase power demonstration along with using a NCVT for stray voltage detection would be a great 60-minute seminar. And adding how to use a clamp-ammeter to find ground-loop current hum would turn this into an informative 90-minute seminar. I'll contact the student AES chapter at Shenandoah University this week (my classes start tomorrow) to see what kind of interest there might be.

Mike, whatever became of the 10 minute videos, and have you presented the demo again?
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