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Mr Eastwood:
For anyone interested.




Kiriakos GR:
What I found as interesting is the 10A or 15A Fast Fuse,
it looks to be made by a brand called as Mitron, that I have never see before.

Can you take some good pictures just of the fuse?  ( For my collection)  :)

Mr Eastwood:

--- Quote from: Kiriakos GR on August 21, 2012, 03:21:57 PM ---What I found as interesting is the 10A or 15A Fast Fuse,
it looks to be made by a brand called as Mitron, that I have never see before.
Can you take some good pictures just of the fuse?  ( For my collection)  :)

--- End quote ---

Hi K, The fuse is actually by Limitron, the pic just didn't show the other few letters.

Digikey Part
http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/KTK-15/283-2467-ND/265006



MJLorton:
Thanks very much, I enjoyed seeing that.

Do you find the "menu" system a bit of a fiddle....or happy with it?

Cheers,
Martin.

Mr Eastwood:

--- Quote from: MJLorton on August 22, 2012, 08:51:16 AM ---Do you find the "menu" system a bit of a fiddle....or happy with it?

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Hi, I am happy with it; I would say the UI flow is more on the unintuitive side than the intuitive side, as I fumbled around and had to get the instruction book out to look-up some features;  I would see that as a problem or possibly annoying if you have several DMM's; But for me because it's my main DMM it's fine.

I haven't tried the software but from your IDM 207 video - the software did look a bit clunky or programmed by engineers with no designer input;
I found the RS232 info for the 300 series DMM's so I was actually thinking of writing a version myself to show them how it's done ;-)

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