Equipment information:

Analogic AN2570 Digital multimeter
Model: AN2570
Date: 1979
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
                                    The Analogic AN2570 is a bipolar 3½-digit (±1999 counts)
full performance
digital panel instrument. Low cost, without loss of
desirable instrumentation
features, is made possible through state-of-the-art LSI
technology and Analogic's years of leadership in digital
panel instrumentation
A full scale input range of ±1.999 volts or ±199.9mV,
coupled with four
available power configurations, (two DC and two AC) make the
universally applicable. Instrumentation features such as a
bipolar differential
input, 50 picoAmps of bias current, automatic zero correction
and a virtually "blow-up-proof" signal input front end make
it easy to
use. A host of interface and control signals, including
parallel BCD data
output, provides maximum versatility for today's
instrumentation design.
The displays are designed for maximum readability. Up close,
feet away, or off at an angle, the four large, red LED
digits are bright,
clear, crisp and free from glare and interpretation problems
even under
high ambient light conditions. If an input overload
condition occurs,
all four digits are automatically blanked to prevent an
erroneous reading;
however, the polarity sign and decimal point remain on to
show that the
instrument is working properly.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Analogic -- AN2570 -- Datasheet
File name: Analogic-5895-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Datasheet
Pages: 4
Size: 337.49 Kbytes (345592 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: 5
Manual-ID/Number: 100097
Date: 1979
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Topic: Analogic AN2570
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Paul Gutberlet says...
I need parts! The two brackets that hold my meter in place.
Can you help?
29th July 2016 2:54pm
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