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#16948 - 11/19/02 04:15 AM Old test equipment
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I just picked up this nice set of Avo accessories on eBay:


That's two current shunts to extend up to 400A, a current xfmr for up to 200A, and a voltage multiplier to extend to 4kV.

A lovely set of 1950s/1960s-era accessories to go with my trusty Avo 8 meter, and they came complete with their original carrying case.


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#16950 - 11/20/02 12:52 PM Re: Old test equipment
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Yep, I liked them...

I'll probably not have much cause to use them that much, but they go just right with my 1960s Avo meter.

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