On Mon, 29 Mar 2004 05:15:30 -0800, "Watson A.Name - \"Watt Sun, the Dark

You could take a simultaneous voltage [Not the voltage drop across the series (shunt) resistor, but the SOURCE voltage] reading, integrate the two instantaneous values over a period of 2*pi radians, and do a vector sum. That would give you true RMS power, no?

-- -john wide-open at throttle dot info

~~~~~~~~ "The first step in intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts." - Aldo Leopold ~~~~~~~~

You could take a simultaneous voltage [Not the voltage drop across the series (shunt) resistor, but the SOURCE voltage] reading, integrate the two instantaneous values over a period of 2*pi radians, and do a vector sum. That would give you true RMS power, no?

-- -john wide-open at throttle dot info

~~~~~~~~ "The first step in intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts." - Aldo Leopold ~~~~~~~~