[volt-nuts] Julie Research Labs VDR-106 manual?

Demian Martin demianm_1 at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 17 06:17:17 UTC 2012

I sent you a copy on a separate e-mail. Its 5 MB. I hope it gets through.

It's a KV divider, I have the VDR106-7 which has the .1 ppm resolution (7
digits). The manual covers all the variations. Its still pretty much state
of the art, which has not moved much. The next level really is a JJ array,
not really a hobbiest possibility.

>Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2012 21:59:40 -0400
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>I'm in need of a copy of the manual for a Julie Research Labs VDR-106 that
I picked up at the MIT flea today. I'm not even sure what it is; it looks
like a >six-digit Kelvin-Varley divider. Anyone happen to have a scan or
hardcopy of the manual?

>Best regards,

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