[Homeroast] Electrical question on coffee brewers

Rich rich-mail at octoxol.com
Tue Oct 5 23:03:39 CDT 2010


I noticed the attack of the Underwood syndrome right after posting.  No 
edit button....

raymanowen at gmail.com wrote:
> "Your problem is the 116v...."
> 
> Exactly.
> 
> And the softness or drop in the voltage from the 120v - 125v ac of the
> transformer secondary to 116v is mostly due to the resistance in the
> overhead steel Neutral line between the power pole and your house. Too much
> ohmage.
> 
> The steel cable is pretty strong and supports the two weighty soft copper
> wires over the span from the pole to the roof jack on the house.
> Electrically, the steel cable is more like a rubber band.
> 
> If the angle is ), Cos ) =1. Arc Cos 1 = ) - the classic Underwood
> Syndrome.
> 
> Cheers, Mabuhay, Prost, bitte reichen Sie die Kaffeekanne -RayO, aka Opa!
> 
> Got Grinder?
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