Friday, April 22, 2011

I love it, just love it!



Doesn't matter how long I've been doing it, I love being a rig jockey.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nat.. really admire your passion!
U made a really good role model for us..

looking forward to your new posts~

Neuropharma said...

Hehe. Love it too :)

Nat Blair said...

Thanks folks. Sorry these got caught up in moderation.

Our life together said...

Hey can you help me? I am desperate. I have an amplifier from AM systems. Things were working just fine then suddenly I can't enter the bath without the rig screaming overloaded. I have tried rechloriding, cleaning grounding to other places but I am just lost. Any advice

Our life together said...

Any advice on why headstage probe may be saturated everytime it enters the bath?

Our life together said...

Hey can you help me? I am desperate. I have an amplifier from AM systems. Things were working just fine then suddenly I can't enter the bath without the rig screaming overloaded. I have tried rechloriding, cleaning grounding to other places but I am just lost. Any advice

Nat Blair said...

Our life: Hmm, the only things I can think are that you have a voltage command turned on that you don't expect (so, you're not actually at zero), or you've accidentally got some kind of series resistance compensation on. And you're not at a high gain setting of course.

One thing to possibly try would be to use the same solution in the pipette that you have in the bath (that way you don't have any junction potential), and change the command potential stepwise until you can see the current. That may let you get an idea of how far off your voltage is.