[time-nuts] cheap USB voltage sensor

Don Latham djl at montana.com
Fri Jan 13 16:27:02 EST 2012

Right, Poul! And I've found, by lots of headbanging on walls,
GROUNDLOOPS!!!!! even at 12 bits...

Poul-Henning Kamp
> In message <20120113200200.14805.qmail at s421.sureserver.com>,
> "=?iso-8859-1?Q?be
> ale?=" writes:
>>I have some and they work well. Here's a plot of voltage vs time
>>on an AA battery, showing the 18 bit performance (1 LSB = 15 uV).
>>Noise is generally +/-1 LSB.
> Did you try to hold the battery in your hand while you did that ?  :-)
> Be aware that once you get to approx microvolt, you have to take
> into account things like the temperature difference between plug and
> socket because the thermoelectric effect kicks in.
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