OT: Declan and quantum physics
declan.moriarty at ntlworld.ie
Wed Jul 23 09:18:38 PDT 2003
On Wed, Jul 23, 2003 at 09:58:09AM -0600, Stephen Bosch enlightened us
> >The voltage theory above is innaccurate. It is a voltage rise caused
> >by inductor and starter on switch on.
> Yeah, but if it's got a ballast, there's a massive inrush current, and
> that can cause a brief voltage drop on the mains side of the circuit.
> Like when you start a motor and the lights dim briefly (or like that
> flimmer you get when running a laser printer).
All correct. But I can watch when the pc reboots, and it reboots in line
with the starter going o/c. It's only rebooting it the odd time now.
When I found the cpu thing, I tried a coulpe of times as it was waiting
for a bios password.
This is all going on in my workshop. I have a feed for mains input which
brings phase, neutral and earth through a three phase circuit breaker.
This is handy, as the circuit breaker provides 100% isolation and allows
soldering of the unit under test without fuss or bother (No neutral-->
I have switched on dead shorts occasionally without rebooting that pc.
I'm not worried about inrush ;-)
With best Regards,
Unsubscribe: send email to listar at linuxfromscratch.org
and put 'unsubscribe blfs-support' in the subject header of the message
More information about the blfs-support