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Measuring "Charge Coil" and "Trigger Coil" voltages. . .

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  • Measuring "Charge Coil" and "Trigger Coil" voltages. . .

    Happy Holidays Gents!! Has anyone tried to use the "min/max" function versus using a "DVA" adapter? Haven't tried it yet and was wondering if "min/max" is fast enough to capture the spikes....thanks for any input gents
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    Re: Measuring "Charge Coil" and "Trigger Coil" voltages. .

    Will a fluke 77 or a 88 do the same thing?Rex A. Hubblethank for the diagram.Thank You

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      Re: Measuring "Charge Coil" and "Trigger Coil" voltages. .

      I have a Fluke 88 with a DAV adapter and a Stevens peak reading meter. I have only used the 88 and adapter a few times. I have had the Stevens about 12 years. I like the Stevens, and dont quite trust the DAV adapter yet, although the results I get with the 88 and adapter match the Stevens.
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        Re: Measuring "Charge Coil" and "Trigger Coil" voltages. .

        clanton:don't be gettin' rid of that DVA adapter....maybe we can do some 'horse trading' when my ign. tester is done!!!
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          Re: Measuring "Charge Coil" and "Trigger Coil" voltages. .

          Clanton is your stevens peak voltage -dva meter a cd-77 model thanks

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            Re: Measuring "Charge Coil" and "Trigger Coil" voltages. .

            Chumbucket Im not sure, but I think it is. i think you can still buy them at www.stevensinstrument.com 141.50 US. Schematic I want to keep the adapter. I also got scanner to work and e-mailed the battery cdi pages to Alcan
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