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Vintage multimeter : AOIP Multipréci Mn5121

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Elektrongeek:
Hi.
Last year my teacher gave me a couple of bench Multimeter. :)
My school didn't want them anymore because the power switch was broken.  :(

So I bring them back home and I have repaired them.
So now I would like to share some pictures from inside the Multimeter.

Let's start by the faceplate and screen. 
Here the AOIP next to my fluke 83 series 1  <3 :-DMM

The screen.

Mains measurement.

Fuses.


The back with mains plug.


The mains fuse.


Oh a date code .


1983 This thing is way older than me !
On the bottom 4 screws.


Good quality screws.


And we are inside.
2 boards one for the transformer and the other one for the multimeter part.


Here you can see the tiny transformer and the bridge rectifier .


And the motherboard.


The main chip.


The screen driving circuit.


The input diodes.


A resistor network


A resistor network and various pots.


The new on switch.


The input jacks .


And then  a quick video tour .

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By the way if someone has got the owner manual for this multimeter can he post it here  ;) That will be very nice.

Also please forgive me if i make some english mistakes :( i'm french  :)

firewalker:
It's not difficult to to use thumbnails. For ImagesHack just add .th before the the .jpg extension.

something like


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Note the added .th to the img tag.

The result:


Large images makes the thread unreadable.

Alexander.

Elektrongeek:
Thanks i have forget that :p

Nack486:
Vintage gear has this awesome look to it. Here is some stuff from my school's lab.

moemoe:
It's really scary what they rated the devices for these times.

I got an Monacor MT-650 from my grandfather. Look at these lousy connectors, and they rated this device for up to 1200KV AC and DC…

But I still like the analog display for measuring low voltages or currents, because it gives the ability to see trends (rising/falling) just in the corner of your eye. This is much more easy then reading and interpretating digits all the time.

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