Desk Reference: 'Using Your Meter' for DVMs and VOMs

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Desk Reference: 'Using Your Meter' for DVMs and VOMs

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We’d never seen this one before, but “Using Your Meter”, by Alvis J. Evans, is a really nice desk reference as a tutorial on how to get the most out of your digital volt meter (DVM) and Volt-Ohm Meter (VOM) multi-testers. It covers the basics in both theory and practical applications, focusing on voltage, resistance and current. An accompanying photograph shows the breadth of its contents. And, as you’ll see, it describes uses for the radio amateur and DIY’ers who delve into home appliances, lighting, automobiles and tool-control circuits. This copy is in like-new condition and is 176 pages in length. Evans is a former associate professor of electronics at Tarrant College in Fort Worth, Texas.a

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