[time-nuts] Re Phil's Fluke Monotronics equipment
masondg44 at comcast.net
Thu Aug 28 19:55:57 EDT 2008
I'm a new subscriber to this forum. I saw that you have a manual for the Montronics 103A comparator. I have one of these and could use a manual for it. It's a bit flaky with a standard freq of 3 MHz in that the phase meter wanders a *LOT* more than it should when compared with a 1 MHz reference. Have you scanned the manual yet?
I also have a Montronics 102 comparator that I don't need. Don't know if it works or not.. I acquired it a couple years ago with a lot of other stuff... just haven't bothered to check it out. Does anyone have a manual for the model 102? I'd be interested in getting a copy. I'd like to check it out, fix it if necessary and sell to somebody who needs it.
MasonDG44 at comcast dot net (Just substitute the appropriate characters in the address)
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>Just looked and it's Fluke/Montronics model 103A
>It's a big manual if I recall, about the same size as the 207. I could scan
>it later but need some block of time on that one.
>If you "need" it, I could perhaps drop it off at a copy shop and let them
>duplicate it. Most of those manuals had large pull-out schematics.
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