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Old 11th January 2015
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Originally Posted by bustert View Post
...if the supply voltage is not within spec, problems will occur. in electronics, always check power first for correct value and any induce wave form riding on it for example wire running next to a plug wire.
Yes, thanks for the backup on that, hence my comments in post one:

"This type is best checked with an oscilloscope or a quality multimeter which measures root mean square (RMS). It can, however, be tested with a basic multimeter in the low voltage DC range: If functional, if a good ground and if adequate voltage to the power lead, it will produce the following approximate (~) voltages..."

Thus poor connections or a failing battery can cause real problems.
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