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Heathkit V-7  VTVM

(Vacuum tube volt-meter)

 

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Originally sold as a kit, first offered in 1955 and a popular model well into the '60s.

The vacuum tube volt meter (VTVM) is a must for any vintage audio, radio or television technician's workbench. I know, the digital DVM's have taken their place and give a more accurate reading and should also be part of a complete workbench. However, there are instances where the VTVM is more reliable than many DVM's. A couple of examples are; measuring continuity of inductors (chokes, transformers etc.) and observing a fluctuating voltage. The V-7 is an earlier, smaller version of the IM-18.
 

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