Posts tagged ‘Battery Option’

Exploring the Battery Option of the EDC/Krohn-Hite MV216A DC Voltage Standard

In my previous blog post, I did a teardown of the EDC/Krohn-Hite MV216A DC voltage standard and measured the temperature coefficient of its reference Zener diode. And as I promised, this time I will explore its internal and external battery options. Continue reading ‘Exploring the Battery Option of the EDC/Krohn-Hite MV216A DC Voltage Standard’ »

Keithley 197 Battery Option Build

I have been quite happy with my fixed-up Keithley 197 5 ½ digit bench meter purchased from eBay (you can find the teardown pictures here) earlier this year. Keithley 197 has a battery pack option (Model 1978), and this option allows it to run on battery power for 5 hours without having to plug into the mains. While it is far from being a truly portable meter, its performance easily surpasses most hand-held multimeters. So I decided to build the battery option myself and hopefully I would be able to use the meter more often in places where power outlets are not available. Continue reading ‘Keithley 197 Battery Option Build’ »