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Like new meter I just calibrated it asking $85 shipped lower 48.
This looks like the first unit I bought back in the early 1980's.
Worked great until it grew legs & walked away one weekend along with the rest of my tool box.
Wasn't Me! I swear!
Never occurred to me until you replied.
The thieves usually return to the scene of the crime...
Got anything you want to get off your chest Halifax????
Some grey hair that's about it!
How do you calibrate it?
Actually have a calibrator.
Actually have another one no book. $50 shipped lower 48.
And was the calibrator calibrated?
Actually yes against a signal generator that is calibrated!
I remember reading on one of the forums that you worked in the cal lab in the service, (Navy?) so I figured you'd know where I was going...
I was a Avionics shop Chief in the 129th SOW (USAF) at Moffett field, got a pmel certification on torq wrenches and some other equipment to calibrate on base. Man we had over 200 wrenches due every 30 days, Big PIA!
Yep, I used to be partners in a calibration lab with a couple of ex Air Force PMEL guys. Calibrated enough wrenches myself... and gage blocks, surface plates etc. I don't miss it. Still find myself doing surface plates in my sleep once in a while.
I hear you. Kind of like doing the meters on occasion. Never in the world did I think I would find a calibrator. From what I could find out it is what Mac tools used for their repairs.
Offer? Need the room