[time-nuts] time-nuts Digest, Vol 69, Issue 31

J. Forster jfor at quik.com
Wed Apr 14 12:02:50 EDT 2010

I assumed you deGaussed the monitors?



> Dave Baxter wrote:
>> I think you'll find that any stray fields from industrial shaker
>> systems, are often from the connecting leads, especialy if not correctly
>> positioned and layed out.  The internal static and dynamic magnetic
>> fields are "Very" well contained.
> Not necessarily.  I did some shaker work at one company, and their shaker
> magnetized the CRT's on any computer that was within several feet of the
> shaker table.  Sadly, the damage was irreparable.  The screens were left
> with permanent rainbow splotches here and there even after running a
> degaussing coil over the entire monitor.
> -Chuck Harris
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