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sub ohm ohm meter.

Discussion in 'Rebuildable Mods and Devices' started by Raguri, Jun 2, 2014.

  1. Raguri

    Raguri Nutter!

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    Oooh, will have a look at that! Basically, I'm aiming to go low low and want something I know the exact resistance... 0.08 could be 0.075 or 0.084... its these tiny differences I need to know...
     
  2. Raguri

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    Any link or search terms at least?
     
  3. Geordie Rob

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    0.13 was enough for me :) and I cant say I tried it for long as fun as it was to do once, but mate going below 0.10 you crazy bugger :)
     
  4. thedarthVap3r

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    i just hope he takes not of your signature :P
     
  5. Geordie Rob

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    yeah that was with that 0.13 dual parallel aswell that hurt.
     
  6. mdhardy01

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    Well rags it's been nice knowing you LOL


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  7. sparkyjuice

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    milliohms measuring usually requires specialist equipment....
    not your run of the mill multimeter....
    and calibration......expensive if accurate.
     
  8. Raguri

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    Knew you'd know. But Bugger, will stick to a safe extra .01 on a normal ohm meter then :P
    Guess who found the vct4 battery info from sony?.,. ;)
     
  9. Dennis

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    How you'll achieve that?
    One loop of 15 gauge? :muhaha:
    Is there such a thing?
     
  10. Raguri

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    I've made lower, much lower, just didn't use Them...or admit using them... ;)
    17awg, 19awg, and even 22awg will get sub 0.1....
     

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