Tonne at Comcast.Net
Thu Dec 26 14:41:52 EST 2013
If you are suggesting using a digital meter for resistors,
wouldn't it be best to use a digital meter for voltages as well?
Let him bring his legacy device up to snuff so he can do all
of the things it once did.
He probably has a digital meter already.
- Jim W4ENE
On 12/26/2013 2:36 PM, Rob Atkinson wrote:
> Toss the battery and forget about using the VTVM as an ohm meter. Use
> it to measure voltage which is what it is good for with it's minimal
> loading high Z. and use a modern DMM for resistors.
>> I acquired at a local hamfest last weekend a BEAUTIFUL heathkit IM-11 VTVM. It works well on ac and dc scales but would not calibrate on Ohms. Looking at the back I noticed discoloring around the screw that holds the C Cell battery spring so I knew what I would find when I cracked it open, and oh yes.. a melted D Cell battery.
>> The spring that goes around the battery is rotted to pieces. Anyone have any idea how this could be replaced or should I just solder wires to a battery and stuff it in there? I tagged a battery in with clip leads the vtvm then works.
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