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Subject: Calculating the power of a light bulb as a load for a power supply

Date: 10/13/99
Posted by: Heinrich Raman
E-mail: heinrich(at)nac(dot)ac(dot)za(no spam)
URL: http://www.nac.ac.za


i am working with CAMAC power supplies.outputs:24Vdc-6A;12Vdc-3A;6Vdc-25A.although i know ohm's law,how do one caculate the loads by using light bulbs to measure the current of the above power supplies.the power(watts)efficency must be 50%. Thanx in advance.

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