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Fluke -- PM6669
Frequency counter

The PM 6669 is a compact, high resolution, reciprocal Frequency Counter which performs many functions. A number of options are available i.e. HF-input, GPIB-interface, high stability oscillator, and rechargeable battery for field use. A rack-mount kit and a carrying case are also available as accessories.

ADC Corporation -- 6244
Power supply

The 6243/44 is a DC Voltage Current Source/Monitor featuring a wide source and measurement range as indicated below. 6243: Voltage 0 to ±110 V; Current 0 to ±2 A 6244: Voltage 0 to ±20 V; Current 0 to ±10 A The 6243/44 features high accuracy with a source resolution of 4-1/2 digits and a measurement resolution of 5-1/2 digits. As well as various types of sweeping functions and a capacity for measuring pulses with a minimum width of 1 ms. These features make the product a highly sui ...

harman kardon -- PM665

Panasonic -- CX-CA1090L
Car CD changer

Used in The Audi A4.

ARP Instruments Inc. -- Odyssey 2812

Three types of Odyssey models have been produced: I) 2800, 2) 2810-2815 and 3) 2820-2823. The model and serial number are located at the rear or bottom of the Odyssey chassis. Except for 2800, a typical number might read: 2813-0490. For model 2800, the first two digits of the serial number denote the model, such as: 28490. Listed below are the board identification numbers for each model; they will be referenced in the service manual by model number for easy identification. Model Chang ...

Singer -- 17-30
Sewing machine

Machines of Class 17, described in this book, have a long beak shuttle and a cylinder bed and are successfully used in the manufacture of shoes and a large variety of articles made of leather, which are irregularly shaped, such as horse boots, saddles, suit cases, fine leather bags, portfolios, pocket books, music rolls, trusses, etc., all of which are conveniently handled on the cylinder bed.