Old AVO multimeter

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  1. langers

    langers New Member

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    Just wondered if anyone would be interested in my old AVO still in its leather case. I kept it for points short circuit tests when the Flukes were brought in as the Flukes did not have a high enough current rating. Moving house sees it looking for a good home now. I am based in Chippenham though in York sometimes.
     
  2. John Webb

    John Webb Established Member

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    Which model is, please?
     
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    Am intrested as ever, same as above on model number...
     
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    Avo multimeters: that takes me back to Wednesday afternoons in my university electronics lab. Chunky old equipment built to last. I hope it goes to a good home.
     
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    Oooh, a rave from the grave. I still get use from my AVO Multiminor Mark IV which I got for my 15th birthday. The present giver could not stretch to a 'real' one, but I was happy with what I got. :)
     
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    No model number is shown, it just says Heavy Duty Avometer, it is an old linesmans multimeter.
     
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