So THAT’s what my problem is!
A clock that loses an hour every day is correct less often than a stopped one, which is correct twice a day.
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It's kinda of like the man who has two clocks....he never knows what time it is. I suppose that maxim doesn't hold today when we have GPS clocks.
On 11/10/17 10:58, Jack Epperson wrote:
If it is a new transmitter then the direct method of E x I x efficiency is the TPO no matter what another meter says.
Now you need a third meter or method to discern which meter is the miscalibrated meter, the transmitters meters or the Bird.
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Subject: Re: [CRTech] TPO Continued
You are absolutely correct! I wish I had one to use. I may have to ask around this part of the country to see if I can get one somehow.
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On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 12:36 PM, Terry Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The only way to resolve this is connect your transmitter to a dummy load and compare the Bird with the transmitter reading. If there is more than several per cent difference and since you say the Bird was recently re-calibrated, I would discuss this with