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 Posted: 08-23-2017 05:41 am
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Location: Little Chute, Wisconsin USA
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Don, before you go any farther (assuming you haven't done this yet, though I read through everything kind of fast so maybe I missed it) have you checked the temperature with a different instrument? I did see that you have a Fluke 77 (my meter of choice also) which doesn't allow for temperature measurement, but there are a lot of other ways you can test. Infrared thermometers are pretty cheap, or even a digital meat thermometer like the one I use to check my steaks for doneness. Just an idea.

BTW, you are right: the output from the voltage stabilizer is indeed 10V, which is the correct voltage for the Smiths gauges.