Bygonebytes

Introduction

I have built up a small collection of test equipment over the years and some items I think have turned out to be 'classics' of their day..
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Fob watch voltmeter, There are no manufacturer markings to identify its origin but I guess it started out in the 1920's. The meter measures 0 to 6V DC.





JT Pocket Meter, c1920-30's. It has a dual scale, 0-12V and 0-120V DC.
Box.





Pifco 'All In One' Multimeter, c1920-30's. A true multimeter having five ranges - Lo tension, Hi tension, Milli-amps, Valve and Circuit test.
Box, meter & packaging, the back, the insides, and the instructions.





AVO Multiminor, C1930-1980.
Multiminor with leads, and the insides.









AVO 8 mk V, 1972 - 1989.
AVO 8 in its case and servicing information.














Microtest 80, 1984.













AVO EM272 Multimeter, 1972 - 1979.
The insides, and the instructions.













C1000 Multimeter, c1970.
Instructions.












Fluke 79 Series II, 1991 - 1996.
In its holster.and the instructions.






Evershed & Vignoles Megger, c1943.
More information can be found at Richards Radios
















Mastertech M-830B, c2009.

















Digitec DT-4000ZB, 2013.
Instructions.










Isotech IDM17, c2009.










Philips PM3217 Oscilloscope, c1982.










Philips PM3311 4 Channel Storage Oscilloscope, c1982.




















Fluke 196 Scopemeter, c2001.














Metropolitan-Vickers Exposure Meter, c1938-1947.











Stag PP41 EPROM Programmer, c1989.










Stag PP39 EPROM Programmer, This one 1991









Stag PP39 Personality Modules, These modules 1991











Stag EPROM Eraser, c1991