This is AC/DC thermal transfer box just like Fluke 792A, but automatic and with wider frequency range.
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Manuals and documentation
Teardown and preventive repairs
Before we start, unit was checked to be operating correctly.
Thermal AC/DC transfer unit and low-voltage front end
A16 High-voltage attenuator assembly
Damaged N input connectors replacement
Test results and benchmarks
To be continued.
Modified: June 10, 2020, 3:55 p.m.