ITEM #94

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BID DATE:
12/08/2018 10:19 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
bmac
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DESCRIPTION

GE A-C VOLT AMMETER (WITH CASE)

Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Metal, hard plastic case
Size. 13” long
Rating: 8
Comments. This is a General Electric A-C VOLT AMMETER which has a slide dial in the front for amperes or volts from 15 to 150. The meter registers from 0 to 600 on the top and 0 to 150 on the bottom. There is a hinged holder on the top which goes up to 2” wide and a large handle on the bottom. Comes with its original leather case which has a metal snap closure in the front as well as a small hand carry strap. The case is in good shape with normal use wear, has some finish wear, small section of the stitching is undone and soiling. The meter appears in good shape with normal use wear, light soiling and we are unsure if it works. An interesting meter that could help you find out just how much volts you’re working with, Sparky.

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