GMH-013 Project Build electronic test instruments case. Please excuse the audio I am testing out a Blue Yeti and I had the gain up too much, better than the first time when I didn’t have the damn thing plugged in. One of the design elements of my lab is that it needs to be portable. This carry case, which is an unused camera case, includes my test instruments which right now are kinda basic.This was a lazy Sunday build using exercise mats as the foam for the custom cutouts.
TIP: Use a really sharp knife and change the blades, the exercise foam really dulls them quickly.
Shout out to Julian Lett for inspiration and humor.
GMH TD-V26 Radio postbag, Cute little radios
GMH-008 LED Tester
Microsoft Wireless keyboard and integrated trackpad
Contents of the Instruments Case
– DS0112a – Touchscreen oscilloscope, with recording function
– DDS and HS Function signal generator
– Peakmeter PM18C Multimeter with power sensor, true RMS
– Innova 3320 Auto Ranging Multimeter
– TD-V26 Audio testing, audio generation, audio amplifier
(Not shown in parts image, but reviewed in a previous GMH video)
– TD-V26 FM Radio with audio out
– Electronic component identifier and tester
– Led tester, reviewed in a previous video
– Microsoft wireless keyboard with integrated touchpad
– Portable lab power supply (Home Built) 1v to 25v 3a
(Project Build video in the works)
– Portable soldering fume extruder (Home built)
(Shown in parts but removed for final kit to conserve space)
-DISko USB Oscilloscope and 16 channel logic analyzer
(To be replaced with newer technology)
– USB Volt/Amp/Watt meter
– DT-1130 Electromagnetic radiation detector
(Not in parts image)
(Reviewed in upcoming video)
– USB Power bank
– Various multimeter, power, signal and testing cables and jumpers
Any suggestions and feedback are appreciated.
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