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Offline Shock

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WTB: Fluke 51 or 52 Digital Thermometer Contacts
« on: November 29, 2019, 05:18:30 am »
Looking for a replacement thermocouple contact for a Fluke 51 or 52 (original series) Digital Thermometer. Secondhand is fine if you want to remove from a parts board. Ideally I'd rather use the proper part first. They are quite small so should be easy to mail, probably fine in an envelope.

So if you can salvage or dig for one much appreciated, let me know. They look like a loop (see center of image).

« Last Edit: November 29, 2019, 05:20:30 am by Shock »
Soldering/Rework: Pace ADS200, Pace MBT350
Multimeters: Fluke 87V, 117, 27/FM       >>> WANTED STUFF <<<
Oszilloskopen: Lecroy 9314, Phillips PM3065, Tektronix 2215a, 314
 

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Re: WTB: Fluke 51 or 52 Digital Thermometer Contacts
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2020, 07:42:48 am »
Bump.
Soldering/Rework: Pace ADS200, Pace MBT350
Multimeters: Fluke 87V, 117, 27/FM       >>> WANTED STUFF <<<
Oszilloskopen: Lecroy 9314, Phillips PM3065, Tektronix 2215a, 314
 

Offline HighVoltage

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Re: WTB: Fluke 51 or 52 Digital Thermometer Contacts
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2020, 08:10:45 am »
I made my own once from Copper stripes, because I could not find any.
It's not too difficult.
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Re: WTB: Fluke 51 or 52 Digital Thermometer Contacts
« Reply #3 on: January 20, 2020, 12:10:03 pm »
I made my own once from Copper stripes, because I could not find any. It's not too difficult.

It's a keeper for my bench, not in a hurry but someone should have a dead Fluke 51/52 board with one eventually. Mines in mint condition otherwise just missing a one of the four contacts.

Not sure if you plated/tinned yours but bare copper doesn't sound appealing. If I make one I'll go with nickel plated, though plating it manually is a possibility. Next time I'm scrapping something I'll have to remember to rip off an RF shield or something and cut one to size and test it out as a temporary.

Much prefer the proper part though :).
Soldering/Rework: Pace ADS200, Pace MBT350
Multimeters: Fluke 87V, 117, 27/FM       >>> WANTED STUFF <<<
Oszilloskopen: Lecroy 9314, Phillips PM3065, Tektronix 2215a, 314
 


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