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English: 1920s pocket multimeter. 33 ohms per volt, moving iron mechanism, no zero adj, one current and 2 voltage scales.
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  • 2011-03-02 12:43 Tabby 916×1424× (323680 bytes) 1920s pocket multimeter. 33 ohms per volt, moving iron mechanism, no zero adj, one current and 2 voltage scales. I release this picture into the public domain.

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