: <<<That's right; I've been experimenting with some adapters and the
: non-regulated sometimes put out 9V instead of the 6V they were supposed to
: give! Most of them are not powerful enough either to feed the modelling
: lights of both heads of the T28 twin (that's where I needed it for). I'm
: still getting the best results for both heads with the adapter of my Zip
: drive, which outputs a very stable 5V, 1A.>>>
: Pardon my ignorance, but how does a person measure the voltage of an
: over time? I have a multimeter, but I can't imagine holding it in place
: a couple hours to check for fluctuations.
Well I didn't :0
What I really meant is that some of these non-regulated adapters that I
tried really put out 9V (continuously) when they were supposed to give 6V.
Probably lethal for the modelling lights...
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