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#141511 - 08/30/04 04:48 AM Old multimeter -- Emouzy?
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Received this inquiry by e-mail. I've never heard of the company in question, but maybe somebody else has some information about it. I'll e-mail Simon a link to this thread.

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HI there my name is Simon Roberts. I was just wondering if you could possibly help me with something.

I have just come across a very old ultimeter made by a company called Emouzy? The Model is E.R.I.C. I currently do not have any more information on it as I was given it as a present from an electronic engineer friend of mine who used to work for General Electric Company at least 40 years ago.

The guy, Ted Franklin, doesn't actually know a lot about it and as I found your site I was wondering if you might be able to give me an insight or some help at all??

Thanks for your time.
Kind Regards,

Simon Roberts



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#141512 - 09/07/04 03:44 AM Re: Old multimeter -- Emouzy?
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Emouzy,
Hmmm Paul,
That's a tough one!.
Sounds almost Italian.
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