ESR meter rebuilt

Posted on Monday, November 19th, 2012 in DIY, how-to by DP

MickM shares how he rebuilt his ESR meter:

I just rebuilt my ESR meter. I found the schematic on the web, see ORIGINAL-schematic.png for author. This works well and is easy and almost free to build. It is analog (which I prefer), and uses a 50uA meter.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “ESR meter rebuilt”

  1. Jay Wilkinson says:

    I like the pinout inside the lid. That’ll be handy one day.

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