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Ok guys

got my head in the 17th edition

New bit in Part 6 Inspection and testing (used to part 7 in 16th)

612.14 - "the voltage drop may be evaluated by measuring the circuit impedance" :eek:

managed to find the same query on another forum, and lots of views on there about how you would actually do it (most of which, to be honest were very theoretical) and not 'set your meter to this, and measure that' type answers

What I need is a simple procedure as to how this would be done - naturally the regs dont actually telly you!!!!!:mad::mad:

And please dont say'just work it out using mV/A/M'

Been there and (on occasion) done that;)

This is something new and i would be interested on how you guys think it can be achieved :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
 
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