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mansaxel:
A new (as in "Display film still on" new) old stock Fluke 27/AN (CE), with 40KV and 6KV probes, and a RF probe. Manuals per original spec included. All cased in original case, meter sealed with USMC TMDE CAMP cal sticker. Original case, tagged with USMC inventory tag, shipped in original Fluke carton.

Price: Less than what a used 6KV divider probe usually goes for.

Shipping and customs from USA to Sweden: Slightly too much...

MrMobodies:
Found this cheap little step up regulator thing with a display for the input and put voltage and current.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/294221163285





Backlight seems a bit too bright so tried to dim it with some layers of kapton tape.

deadlylover:
Oh my god it's beautiful!

I took the battery out and tested how it performs on solar only. It will turn on at ~70lux but dims the display or shuts down on operation. It works flawlessly at ~120 lux.

Works wonderfully as a desktop calculator. Feet are nice and grippy so it doesn't slide around, and the LCD is slightly tilted and the bias is set so it stays legible at shallow angles.

Grr they used a cheap arse LR44 alkaline, I will change it to a SR44 cell when it dies. Rated battery life is 3 years @ 1 hour per day so with my usage maybe it'll take a decade.  :P

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mansaxel:

--- Quote from: deadlylover on September 28, 2021, 05:09:55 am ---Oh my god it's beautiful!


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I see no ENTER key. How can you use that?

Shock:

--- Quote from: deadlylover on September 28, 2021, 05:09:55 am ---Oh my god it's beautiful!

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Nice, I've had a Casio MS170LA for 20 years and haven't changed the battery, should measure it :). It's similar to the MS170TV in the below image. I like the button spacing on these as I have larger than average hands. Not as pretty as yours though.

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