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Fluke 199C scopemeter repair

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feedback.loop:
Two 199C units were picked up on eBay for parts. Both are incomplete, but one is more so. The other one was repaired. A keypad board was designed and manufactured. Despite of a silly mistake, this first version turned out to be usable. The second unit also shows some hope, but it needs a memory module and a power connector. It also features a very ugly spot on its LCD. And both units need batteries, so, perhaps, yet another li-ion battery upgrade is coming. Hopefully.



Connector on Mouser: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/649-SLW15S-1C7LF
FFC on Mouser: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/326-42103
Fan on Mouser: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/108-AFB0405LA-A

coromonadalix:
Incredible work   :-+

Shock:
Congrats on getting them up and running. Hopefully when the battery packs are in the nag goes away, easily tested anyway. Time to binge watch some more of your videos. :D

avellanet:
I am a hobbyist and have learned a lot by watching your videos the last couple of years.  I thank you for that.  Keep them coming.   :-+

Per Hansson:
Nice video, I have ordered the power connector directly from Fluke myself, it cost only ca $20 in Sweden excl tax.
This was for a Fluke 225C but the 199C is identical AFAIK only software difference (Bus health test feature)
The part number is provided in this post, it is actually for a 196C but it fit just fine :)

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/repair/another-fluke-196c-scopemeter-repair/msg985414/#msg985414

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