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Old 8th Nov 2021, 2:34 pm   #1
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Default Newlec NLDMLC Multimeter

You know how you develop a relationship with your tried and trusted old tools? A good friend that's always to hand, never plays up and does exactly what it says on the tin? (Mixed a few metaphors there!)

Well that's how I feel about this Newlec NLDMLC meter. It's robust like a brick outhouse, accurate and has never let me down, sharing my minor triumphs and major disasters.

It comes in a heavy protective rubberised cradle (which also incorporated a tilting stand so you can see it more easily, plus a prod stowage). All the functions work (even the continuity beeper).

Photos show it checking a 390K resistor, a PP9 battery, 310V DC from the variable capacitor reformer and 240V AC mains in the workshop.

I don't know whether the leads are original - my leads tend to migrate between instruments - but they're good quality and in good condition. They're the ones shown stowed in the first photo, not the cheapie croc clip leads used in the other photos - I just used them for convenience while wielding the camera)

Calibration? Dunno - it seems accurate and agrees pretty much with my AVO 8 and Fluke 25. If your work requires a certified cal standard (or you're just anal retentive!) you'll find plenty of cal facilities online that will handle the Newlec NLDMLC.

Looking for 15 plus p&p. Not that much for something that will see you out, barring fire and WMDs!
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Old 8th Nov 2021, 2:47 pm   #2
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Default Re: Newlec NLDMLC Multimeter

Hi Frank,
I would like to put my name down for this please. PM on its way.
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Old 8th Nov 2021, 3:22 pm   #3
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Reserved for Martin - mods, please close.

Cheers,

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