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Sencore FE14 Analog multimeter
Manufacturer
Sencore
Model FE14
Date
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Analog multimeter
Description FIELD EFFECT METERS
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                                    The Sencore FE14 and FE16 Field Effect Meters a re a
revolutionary new concept
in test meters . They take all the advantages of a VTVM and
combine them with
the advantages of a VOM to make an extremely ve rsatile me
te r . High input impedance
on all AC & DC voltage ranges, peak to peak AC measurements,
& DC
zero center s ca le s combined with zero warm up time, DC
cur rent ranges, and
VOM portability makes the Field Effect Meter a truly great
instrument. Anyone
in the e le c t r ica l or e lectronic fields - service
technicians, engineers, field engineers,
hams, exper imenters etc. - will find that the Field Ef fec
t Meter is the
complete answer to his measuring needs.
No other meter in the FE14 or FE16 c la s s has all of these
features in one instrument:
* High input impedance on both AC and DC voltage ranges (10
megohms,
and 15 megohm)
* True peak to peak AC ranges.
* Zero center ranges for solid state servicing.
* DC cur rent ranges for general testing.
* Mirrored scale meter for greater accuracy in readings.
* Meter protected from overloads.
* Circuit protected from accidental application of wrong
voltages.
* All steel construction for greater durability.
* Battery operated for complete portability.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Sencore -- FE14 -- Service and User Manual
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Manual Type Service and User Manual
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The S2 position (-DC/MA) is not called out on the schematic but is clear since the battery test resistor is at the far end.

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