A current clamp meter is fine for measuring the current, e.g.
for sizing conductors and fuses, but it's no use for working
out the power consumption and energy costs as these appliances
will have a power factor less than 1.
Well said Keith....Our Dimbulb has made his usual claims.. all his posts are
forged (like anyone could imitate that!) and we are all Usenet, retartded
twits....well the list goes on and on....One day he will park his bong and
wake up. I just can imagine an engineering meeting with he in attendance.
You think that maybe the HR department have their hands full with his sorry
Enough said...time to turn the chicken on the BBQ....you have a nice
NO, YOU RETAQRDED BASTARD, I did not say that. I said that posts
you find on google that appear to be form me are likely forged.
I NEVER said that MY posts are forged.
Big difference, ya first grade level twit.
No. Just you, MacTard. You and your turd burglar butt buddy.
Don't own a bong, dipshit. BTW, retard boy... just how do you even
know what that term means?
"he in attendance" I can't imagine one with you that doesn't have
*you* emptying trash cans, and cleaning up after *us*.
Actually, they would have to hire at least two people to replace me.
Then, the HV learning curve would set in, even for those two.
I would venture to say that ONLY BushLAMEee has just slightly more
time on a winder than me, and I design, and test a lot of switchers.
Probably less on HV stuff, however. Though he'll probably spew that
he designed the first this, or the first that.
Sure, there are a lot of engineers that can do a switcher, but not
many at all, that machine their own mandrels, and design nd build
their own transformers for their designs. Then, we shop the qty
production out to China at a couple bucks a transformer. The days of
those hands on engineers is all but gone. Some of our recent staff
comes to me for a new design, because they don't have the skill to
perform the task.
More impressive spelling from the spelling corrector "TurdMatter"...
He quotes "NO, YOU RETAQRDED BASTARD"
Good, really good .....And now he is the "King of Switchers"....BFD on that
one....A good buyer could replace you with off the shelf items! What a joke
here...."They would have to hire two people to replace me"...Does that count
the extra head count in HR that has to cover your sorry ass ?....The old
song..."Legend in His Own Mind" comes to mind here!.....And he says "Don't
own a bong"... so does that mean he "rolls his own"? The self proclaimed pot
farmer is trying "hard" to distance himself from his past posts....OH! I
forgot...those are ALL forged...Nice try doper boy from alt.drugs.pot! And
you have me dumping the trash for your meeting with you donning your
stroller and 8 word vocabulary.....That's why you punch in everyday and I
live on my investments.....Well DorkBlather...you certainly put your foot in
YOUR mouth once again!....Impress one and all with more of your Tard
On 04 Jan 2004 20:27:33 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Sasal Suzi) Gave us:
I'm sorry, you retarded twit, but just because SOME stupid Americans
are willing to take a poke up the ass does NOT mean that I have to
dumb down my opinion of their retarded actions.
I didn't stereotype anyone, I put the tail on the donkey. All 30
million of them, from your number. I was one of the guys that AOL
ripped off. ANY of you retards that use them AFTER they committed a
criminal act is as UN-American as they are.
Yes. I think AOL, and any retard that uses them should be laughed
Oh... that is what we are doing here. Bwuahahahahahahah!!!
No. You made another E-1 grade baby bullshit twit remark.
That is all you did. That is all you are.
I used to measure the power consumption for calculating air conditioning
capacity, before systems got to a GHz. All the way from 286 systems through
to ~700MHz PIII systems, the system unit always consumed around 60W, and
a CRT-based monitor between 50-100W over the range 14" to 21" (but also
depends on scan rate).
I haven't measured any more recent systems, but it might still be a
reasonable figure although it probably varies more with workload than
it would have in the past. As CPU's have got considerably more power
hungry, power management has also advanced. So the answer may depend
more on your workload and the operating system's ability of utilising
the power management features of your system more than it would have in
Keep in mind that some graphics processors consume as much power as the
system CPU (or more). So it depends on whether you have a low end unit
(sufficient for office apps) or a high end one for gaming.
Paul Hovnanian mailto: snipped-for-privacy@Hovnanian.com
note to spammers: a Washington State resident
Top posting Usenet retard.
The name plate, as in the one on the power supply, ONLY states what
the power supply is capable of putting out. It in no way states what
the computer actually consumes.
Bone up on usenet posting protocols, dude.
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