Use junk to measure your caps and coils


[Cliff] sent in [N5ESE]‘s junk box project page. Most of the projects are amateur radio specific, but one that caught my eye was his capacitance checker. If you’ve ever been looking through a pile of small, unlabeled caps, you know the value of a capacitance meter. This one is fairly simple and uses the AC setting of your multimeter to indicate the capacitance of the unknown component.

Comments

  1. tReg says:

    A soundcard and speaker workshop ( http://www.speakerworkshop.com/SW/Feature%20Summary.htm ) is also an handy free solution for ponctual or urgent
    use.

  2. great projects.

    @1 speaker workshop is no longer supported and needs a jig.

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