'AC POWER Measurement'
I think what you are looking for has been published in a UK magazine called
Everyday Practical Electronics which features a lot of PIC designs. They
published a full article including PCB layouts and also you can send for a disc
of the software as well as buy the blank boards for a few UKP. It works out the
power consumed and will even tell you the cost of it.
There was some postings to the list from me and one or two others regarding this
around April this year. I've not got them anymore but have a look around in the
Piclist Archive. The magazine articles you need are in February and March 1996
PS Please dont be tempted by non isolated designs - you only got one life - at
least for now!
E-mail - roke.ukbob.minchin
Bob Minchin wrote:
> PS Please dont be tempted by non isolated designs - you only got one life - at
> least for now!
I agree that hobbyists should avoid non-isolated designs. However, if
you are designing products for quantity production and cost counts,
there are ways to design non-isolated products, and you may as well know
that there are millions of them out there. For that matter, a
transformer is only as good as its insulation.
Paul Mathews, consulting engineer
non-contact sensing and optoelectronics specialists
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