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Π/3 radians phase circuit.

Discussion in 'Electronic Projects Design/Ideas/Reviews' started by allegro, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. allegro

    allegro New Member

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    Hello.
    I need to design a Π/3 radians phase circuit, to calibrate my CS5463 internal phaes (i'll calibrate it so it will read Π/3 phase when i enter it Π/3 phase).
    I already calculated the needed capacitor and resistor:
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    I have a few questions please:
    1. How can i avoid entering capacitive/inductive factors to the measurement?
    will using the AC mains voltgae add capacitance/inductance to the measurement, comparing to using a simple signal generator?

    2.
    Where can i find a 60ohm resistor, 250W?
    I dont have a budget to buy one, and i need to know exactly its resistace because i need to know what phase the circuit has.
    Also this resistor must have no capacitance or inductance.
    What would be a good replacement?

    Thanks.
     

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    Last edited: Mar 2, 2009

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