Equipment information:

Simpson 260-6XLP Analog multimeter
Manufacturer:
Simpson
Model: 260-6XLP
Date: 1981
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Analog multimeter
Description: Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter
Information:
                                    The Simpson Volt-Ohm-Milliammeters 260 Series 6XLP and 6XLPM
(hereafter referred to as the 260 s or the Instrument) are
identical electrically and mechanically except that the
Series 6XLPM is equipped with a mirrored dial to eliminate
parallax.
1.1.2 The 260 s are rugged, high performance,
battery-operated Volt-Ohm-Milliammeters capable of making a
wide variety of electrical measurements simply and
accurately. Features are overload protection, conventional
and low-power ohms, and a wide range coverage. The cases are
made of high-impact (ABS) plastic, and are contemporarily
styled. These features, in combination with the extended
range coverage (Table 1-1) make these Instruments
general-purpose portable or laboratory Instruments. They are
well suited to servicing, production, inspection and
engineering applications.
1.1.3 The 260 s utilize the Simpson taut-band movement,
which is self-shielding. The taut-band suspension provides a
high degree of repeatability and is highly resistant to
shock or vibration.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Simpson -- 260-6XLP -- Service and User Manual
File name: Simpson-6434-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 27
Size: 3.44 Mbytes (3606970 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: fifth
Manual-ID/Number: 6-110940
Date: December 1981
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Information:
SECTION I
Introduction....................................................................................11
1.1
General..........................................................................1
1
1.2 Overload
Protection....................................................11
1.3 Overload Circuit
Reset...............................................1 *
1.4 Accessories and
Supplies...........................................1 *
1.5 Technical
Data.............................................................1
- '
1.6 Test
Leads...................................................................1
K
1.7 Safety
Considerations..................................................1
- X
SECTION II
Installation
.....................................................................................2-1
2.1 General
........................................................................2-1
2.2 Unpacking and
Inspection.........................................2-1
2.3 Warranty
.....................................................................2
I
2.4
Shipping........................................................................2-?
2.5 Power Source
Requirements.....................................2-2
2.6 Operating
Position......................................................2-3
2.7 Care
..............................................................................2-3
SECTION III
Controls, Connectors, and
Indicators.........................................3-1
3.1 General
........................................................................3-1
3.2 Front Panel
.................................................................3-1
SECTION IV
Operation ...........
4.1 General
4-1
4.2 Safety Precautions
.................................................... 4-1
4.3 Movement Overload
Protection............................... 4-3
4.4 Adjust Pointer for
Zero............................................ 4-3
4.5 Polarity Correction
.................................................. 4-3
4.6 Overload Protection Circuit
and Battery
Test......................................................... 4-4
4.7 DC Voltage
Measurement....................................... 4-4
4.8 AC Voltage Measurement
..................................... 4-8
4.9 Direct Current
Measurement...................................4-13
4.10 Resistance
Measurement.........................................4-15
SECTION V
Operator Servicing
......................................................................
5-1
5.1 General
......................................................................
5-1
5.2 Battery and Fuse
Replacement............................... 5-1
5.3 Case Removal
.......................................................... 5-3
5.4 Fuse Protection
........................................................ 5-5
SECTION VI
Servicing
Instructions...................................................................
6-1
6.1 General
......................................................................
6-1
6.2 Replacement Parts and Schematic Diagram........... 6-1
LIST OF TABLES
1-1 Technical
Data...........................................................
1-3
1-2 Items and Accessories Supplied with
each
Instrument.........................................................
1-6
1 -3 Additional
Accessories.............................................. 1-7
3-1 Controls and
Connectors......................................... 3-1
6-1 Replacement Parts
List............................................ 6-1
Simpson-6434-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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Phillip B. Rice says...
I'm glad that I found this site. It can, at times, be very difficult to find owner/operator manuals for many of the older electronic diagnostic equipment.
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