[volt-nuts] volt-nuts Digest, Vol 33, Issue 6
smither at c-c-i.com
Fri May 11 00:41:17 UTC 2012
On 05/09/2012 10:41 AM, Demian Martin wrote:
> AC Volt-nuttery has its limits and challenges. I now have 3 Fluke 540B's,
> 6-8 Thermal converters, an assortment of AC meters culminating in a Fluke
> 8506A as well as an Optimation AC calibrator, a Tek 191 scope calibrator and
> other AC sources for calibration.
An Optimation CS-110 by any chance? I picked one up on EBay - seems very well
made. I can't say I have found a lot of use for it, but it is handy for
checking the AC (and DC) ammeter functions on some of my meters.
Any chance you have a source for the non-standard 3 prong power connector on the
back? My unit has a male 3 prong connector recessed into the back panel. Two
prongs are ~ .615" center to center. The third pin is centered between them
horizontally and offset vertically by ~ .08" (difficult to measure). Each prong
is ~ .122" in diameter.
Bob Smither, PhD Circuit Concepts, Inc.
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-- Robert Heinlein
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