Equipment information:

Simpson TS112 Analog multimeter
Model: TS112
Date: 2004
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Analog multimeter
Description: Multimeter for Railroad Servicing
                                    Designed for today's railroad equipment, the flexible TS112
is also compatible with older technologies while offering
features and functions unavailable on standard VOM's. Fewer
jacks, more ranges and a comprehensive front panel guarantee
the simplicity and the user-friendly structure of the TS112.
The TS112 railroad tester measures parameters with greater
accuracy: resistance with a Multi-Turn Ohms Adjust Control,
Relay Contact On-Time without adjustment, Code Rate without
counting pointer swings, On-Time with live signals as well
as relay contacts, and automatic measurement of Peak Levels.
Regulating the peak level is possible without constantly
readjusting the Tester.
The following standard features are exclusive only to the
TS112 Railroad Tester.
-Auto-polarity on all DC function. Red Negative Indicator LED
-Ohmmeter Voltage Mode detects foreign voltage of either
-Power savings Sleep Feature prevents draining of batteries
-Measures Pulse Code Transmit and receives currents

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Simpson -- TS112 -- Datasheet
File name: Simpson-6449-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Datasheet
Pages: 1
Size: 30.43 Kbytes (31164 Bytes)
Language: english
Date: 02 November 2004
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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