[chbot] LCR-T5 arrived

Richard Jones richard.jones.1952 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 06:33:15 BST 2015

Many thanks Robin, I had been wanting to know how you were getting on with
your LCR meter, great news. Richard
On 13 Jul 2015 11:29, "Robin Gilks" <robin at gilks.org> wrote:

> What an impressive piece of *simple* kit this is.
> I went for the all singing and dancing version with a case and
> rechargeable lithium cell and so far I can't fault it. I even discovered
> the self test (press start with all 3 test pins shorted together).
> Might be worth someone who has access to a 'professional' LCR meter to
> bring it to the next meeting so a comparison can be made. I reckon this is
> as important an item as a multimeter or bench PSU for the home electronics
> workshop - probably even more important than an oscilloscope or function
> generator.
> The only question I have, is the inductor somewhere in the battery area of
> the PCB likely for charging (from 5v USB) or to boost the supply volts to
> 5v (from 4.05v) when testing. I've not tried tracing the pcb yet and its
> just idle curiosity since it ain't broke!
> --
> Robin Gilks
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