Quality Control?

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Re: Quality Control?

Post by cb4ever104 » 28 Jun 2019, 14:11

original45 wrote:
28 Jun 2019, 11:43
Well seems even zetagi have issues
To be honest I don't think Zetagi were well known for build quality . Saying that , they made a lot of reasonably priced accessories , and their support team are still around today to help . They sent me a switch for my BV135 free-of-charge , so I've no complains :)
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Re: Quality Control?

Post by The Collector » 28 Jun 2019, 19:16

original45 wrote:
28 Jun 2019, 11:43
I purchased a zetagi power reducer this week. Set it up to test if it was reasonably accurate both on its 1/4 &1/2 power switch position settings.

Well seems even zetagi have issues, with the switch in half power reduction it was reducing by 1/4 ,& in 1/4 power reducing position it was half lol.

Emailed the seller they said could return it but will work same as it is.

Made my own label ,crude as it is .
Couldn't a couple of wires be swapped around inside?

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Re: Quality Control?

Post by 108EH002 » 29 Jun 2019, 10:45

^^ Can you turn the switch 180° O45 ? = no need to solder ^^
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Re: Quality Control?

Post by original45 » 29 Jun 2019, 18:16

Theirs not much room inside ,it's soldered to a board .
Yes I'm confident someone with good iron skill could remove switch n turn it it I'm not that guy .

Not yet anyway.

It's not very clever though is it , New equipment wired switch backwards as such. Good job I test stuff to see what's what before I dump too much power into a linear.

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