Sherlock Ohms
Content posted in June 2011
The Case of the Seismographic Readouts
Sherlock Ohms 
6/29/2011  4 comments
A top-of-the-line air bearing, linear motor, fully mechanically decoupled video cmm had an intermittent issue where the X and Y readouts started jumping around. Call in Sherlock Ohms.
Dr. Watts, There’s a Ringing in My Head
Sherlock Ohms 
6/28/2011  3 comments
A company that manufactures magnetic memory products found a lot of its disk heads were ringing at about 6MHz upon shutoff of write current. Time to call in Sherlock.
The Case of the Dying AA Battery Cells
Sherlock Ohms 
6/27/2011  8 comments
A 30 percent rejection rate at a AA battery assembly line created a case for Sherlock Ohms. He discovered the problem had been occurring sporadically for two years.
The Case of the Shocking-Hot TV Cables
Sherlock Ohms 
6/24/2011  9 comments
The cables running to your TV are not supposed to give you a startling shock. When you get zapped by one, it's time to call Sherlock.
The Case of the Slow Cable
Sherlock Ohms 
6/23/2011  3 comments
Jake Brodsky ran into twinaxial cable trouble while installing a new sewer treatment plant. Time to turn to Sherlock.

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