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#152564 08/06/05 12:56 PM
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Some of you may remember a thread about this meter from a couple of years ago. I just pulled it out of my cupboard again, so I thought I'd get some better pictures.

We had a fair amount of Soviet electronic and photographic equipment sold here in Britain during the 1970s. In fact I found an ad in an early 1970s journal for this very model!

This little meter comes in a steel carrying case, with probes (and yes, the latter really are white and black!):

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The English (more or less [Linked Image] ) notes on the rear:

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Inside is mostly resistors, of course:

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It even has a certificate, which includes the specifications:

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Click here for full-size certificate

#152565 08/07/05 07:24 AM
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Ahh yes Paul,
I remember this meter.
A nice clear meter face, as far as a good simple meter goes, you couldn't beat one of these. [Linked Image]
Rather strange though, how you need to have an external 30-42VDC supply to use the 10k ohm resistance range.


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