[SI-LIST] Re: DC resistance measurement

> What exactly does it mean to be "Kelvined" to their power supply?

"Kelvin" in this context is usually used as an adjective ... but in this
case they morphed it into a verb (to be Kelvined).  That's probably why you
couldn't find anything about it.

Like Aubrey says, it means using separate leads for sensing the voltage, in
this case across the power supply's load, the processor.  Of course it
requires a power supply with remote load sensing capabilities.

Andy

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