Equipment information:

Simpson 260 Series 8P Analog multimeter
Model: 260 Series 8P
Date: 2001
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Analog multimeter
Description: Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter
                                    The Simpson Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter 260 Series 8P, (hereafter
referred to as the
260 or as the Instrument) is a rugged, accurate, compact,
easy-to-use Instrument
equipped with mirrored dial to eliminate parallax. The
Instrument can be used to
make accurate measurements of AC and DC voltage, direct
current, resistance,
decibels, and Output Voltage. The Output Voltage function is
used for measuring
the AC component of a mixture of AC and DC voltage. This
occurs primarily in
amplifier circuits.
New Features in the 260-8P are:
0 - 25V AC/DC Range
Continuity Test Alarm
Individual Dual Jacks for the 500V AC/DC and 1000V AC/DC Ranges

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Simpson -- 260 Series 8P -- User Manual
File name: Simpson-6329-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 32
Size: 248.21 Kbytes (254166 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: 8
Manual-ID/Number: 06-114339
Date: December 2001
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Comments (4)

Topic: Simpson 260 Series 8P
0/5 (0)
Edison Jimenez says...
Me gustaria el manual en español
9th September 2017 3:51am
Edison Jimenez says...
Me gustaria el manual en español
9th September 2017 3:39am
Juan H. Michelena says...
Excelente descarga. Saludos
1st December 2015 11:06pm
Juan H. Michelena says...
1st December 2015 11:05pm
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