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Re: List your test equipment "scores" here!
« Reply #2675 on: February 13, 2020, 11:50:27 pm »
This one?
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/repair/what-was-your-easiest-repair-ever/


Today yet another ASYC II DMM.
For 35€ posted with protective sleeve and original leads I'd call it a score. (Although it doesn't beat my Fluke 187 grabbed for around 33€ posted.)
The fuses needed replacing and red lead has a soldering iron burn, the screen has a dent and scratch but... Hey! It's been wearing it's protective layer since y2k! That makes the scratch easy to peel although I'm not sure they should be parted after 20 years.
 
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« Reply #2676 on: February 14, 2020, 12:43:27 am »
 

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« Reply #2677 on: February 14, 2020, 12:45:34 am »
It is one of the weakest point of SMF the Search function  |O If you are having trouble use the top right pulldown and run a Google site search on your keywords works much better almost always.
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« Reply #2678 on: February 14, 2020, 01:44:01 am »
It is one of the weakest point of SMF the Search function  |O If you are having trouble use the top right pulldown and run a Google site search on your keywords works much better almost always.
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« Reply #2679 on: February 14, 2020, 04:09:34 am »
Managed to score a couple of viscometers. One with a calibration kit.  They are both fully functional and were saved from the trash heap. I have no use for them though, so I'll probably just sell them.
 

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« Reply #2680 on: February 14, 2020, 04:21:42 am »
Managed to score a couple of viscometers. One with a calibration kit.  They are both fully functional and were saved from the trash heap. I have no use for them though, so I'll probably just sell them.

Back when I had a real job I would have brought one from you  ;) Useful bit of kit when you play with Pumps/Pipes and lots of strange substances going through them. Local industrial Pump Sellers or specialty Chemical Companies would be candidates.
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« Reply #2681 on: February 15, 2020, 11:25:37 pm »
Here is what I got recently, and for a very civil price (around 25.- including postage): an immaculate TM500 DOUBLE WIDTH empty module.
 There are some left - I'll reconsider my needs and then post the source.
 

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« Reply #2682 on: February 16, 2020, 12:06:49 am »
Managed to score a couple of viscometers. One with a calibration kit.  They are both fully functional and were saved from the trash heap. I have no use for them though, so I'll probably just sell them.

Back when I had a real job I would have brought one from you  ;) Useful bit of kit when you play with Pumps/Pipes and lots of strange substances going through them. Local industrial Pump Sellers or specialty Chemical Companies would be candidates.

If you want one, I'm willing to consider offers, although I assume the shipping would be rather expensive.  I've got a Fann 35A/SR-12 and an Ofite 800.  Both B1/R1/F1, both fully functional.
 

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« Reply #2683 on: February 16, 2020, 12:12:21 am »
I have been out of the Pump industry for nearly 20 years and have no plans to get back in but thanks anyway :)
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« Reply #2684 on: February 17, 2020, 06:52:21 am »
Couldn't resist getting another Tek P6021 current probe for just $100 plus very reasonable shipping.  ;D
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« Reply #2685 on: March 14, 2020, 06:46:48 am »
Hi,

while its no test equipment manufaturing equipment is probabely also allowed here.
Got me this Paggen RO250BF convection reflow oven for 100€ plus shipping ... and its in very good condition and works perfectly  :-+
It costed 4.500€ in 2008 and is still listed for 4.500€ in 2020.

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« Reply #2686 on: March 14, 2020, 07:05:55 am »
Nice score on the reflow oven.
Tek:222A,212,TAS465,TDS460A,2465,2465B,2467,TM504,TM506,SG504,SG503,PG506,TG501,SC504,PS503a,FG501a,DM504a,PG501,7603+7L12,7CT1N Datron:4707
BWD:835,539d,521,504,141,160a,170 Fluke:8060A,8024B,8025A,27/FM,87,87III,PM6685 HP:54602A,5315A,3478a,3468A,3457a Keithley:196,197,228a Solartron:7081,7151
 

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« Reply #2687 on: April 01, 2020, 09:56:37 am »
Went to pick up a 3458A, came back with these also...   :palm:  ::)
Tek:222A,212,TAS465,TDS460A,2465,2465B,2467,TM504,TM506,SG504,SG503,PG506,TG501,SC504,PS503a,FG501a,DM504a,PG501,7603+7L12,7CT1N Datron:4707
BWD:835,539d,521,504,141,160a,170 Fluke:8060A,8024B,8025A,27/FM,87,87III,PM6685 HP:54602A,5315A,3478a,3468A,3457a Keithley:196,197,228a Solartron:7081,7151
 

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« Reply #2688 on: April 01, 2020, 10:02:32 am »
Went to pick up a 3458A, came back with these also...   :palm:  ::)
Good haul !  :clap:

You wouldn't have an OM for your BWD170 would you ?
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« Reply #2689 on: April 01, 2020, 10:03:55 am »
Looks like you have well and truly joined Volt Nuttery and found the elusive BWD PS as well  :-+
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« Reply #2690 on: April 01, 2020, 10:06:53 am »
Went to pick up a 3458A, came back with these also...   :palm:  ::)
Good haul !  :clap:

You wouldn't have an OM for your BWD170 would you ?
Not yet, but dont worry still looking. Found one for the 835, will find one for the 170, eventually, will let you know when I do.
Tek:222A,212,TAS465,TDS460A,2465,2465B,2467,TM504,TM506,SG504,SG503,PG506,TG501,SC504,PS503a,FG501a,DM504a,PG501,7603+7L12,7CT1N Datron:4707
BWD:835,539d,521,504,141,160a,170 Fluke:8060A,8024B,8025A,27/FM,87,87III,PM6685 HP:54602A,5315A,3478a,3468A,3457a Keithley:196,197,228a Solartron:7081,7151
 
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« Reply #2691 on: April 01, 2020, 10:14:21 am »
Looks like you have well and truly joined Volt Nuttery and found the elusive BWD PS as well  :-+
Yup, could not help myself! Its not like I need or was looking for the Fluke 731B or 510A either nor another Keithley 197, but they were so cute. I walked into an Alladin's cave of old electronic test equipment and  I lost control. Walked away with more than I planned to.

Even called a work mate, to see if he wanted anything, and for whom I picked up a HP 3582A and another Keithley 197.
« Last Edit: April 01, 2020, 10:17:32 am by wolfy007 »
Tek:222A,212,TAS465,TDS460A,2465,2465B,2467,TM504,TM506,SG504,SG503,PG506,TG501,SC504,PS503a,FG501a,DM504a,PG501,7603+7L12,7CT1N Datron:4707
BWD:835,539d,521,504,141,160a,170 Fluke:8060A,8024B,8025A,27/FM,87,87III,PM6685 HP:54602A,5315A,3478a,3468A,3457a Keithley:196,197,228a Solartron:7081,7151
 

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« Reply #2692 on: April 01, 2020, 10:21:44 am »
The HP 419 null meter is a good thing if it is working condition too. Just watch out for the Mercury cell in it and most likely some very crusty NiCads in the back.
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« Reply #2693 on: April 01, 2020, 10:24:00 am »
The HP 419 null meter is a good thing if it is working condition too. Just watch out for the Mercury cell in it and most likely some very crusty NiCads in the back.
Yup tomorrows job, open and check the fluke and HP meters before power up. Also check the caps in the 7603 before power up.

The Fluke 732B and 510A batteries look ok and seem to work OK initially, though need to log over time to see if stable. Keithley 197 is good too. Looking good so far!
« Last Edit: April 01, 2020, 10:28:20 am by wolfy007 »
Tek:222A,212,TAS465,TDS460A,2465,2465B,2467,TM504,TM506,SG504,SG503,PG506,TG501,SC504,PS503a,FG501a,DM504a,PG501,7603+7L12,7CT1N Datron:4707
BWD:835,539d,521,504,141,160a,170 Fluke:8060A,8024B,8025A,27/FM,87,87III,PM6685 HP:54602A,5315A,3478a,3468A,3457a Keithley:196,197,228a Solartron:7081,7151
 


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