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kristoff
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Fri Nov 23, 2018 7:45 am   



Hi all,


A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.


I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the US.


Anybody any idea for a not to expensive talking multimeter that can be
purchased here in Europe?


thx!

Kristoff

Tom Biasi
Guest

Fri Nov 23, 2018 5:45 pm   



On 11/23/2018 12:48 AM, kristoff wrote:
Quote:
Hi all,


A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.


I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the US.


Anybody any idea for a not to expensive talking multimeter that can be
purchased here in Europe?


thx!

Kristoff

Perhaps consider a large display. He probably will need aid seeing where
he's poking also.

kristoff
Guest

Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:45 pm   



Hi Tom,



On 23/11/18 17:13, Tom Biasi wrote:
Quote:
A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.
I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the US.
Anybody any idea for a not to expensive talking multimeter that can be
purchased here in Europe?


Quote:
Perhaps consider a large display. He probably will need aid seeing where
he's poking also.


Yesterday, I found this interesting video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBFeXxCz6PU

It's an arduno project that grabs the screen output of the multimeter
via a serial port and speaks out the content.


So it might be better to look for a cheap multimeter with some kind of
logging facility.
Anybody any idea for a good candidate for this?



Kristoff

John Larkin
Guest

Sat Nov 24, 2018 7:45 pm   



On Fri, 23 Nov 2018 06:48:14 +0100, kristoff <kristoff_at_skypro.be>
wrote:

Quote:
Hi all,


A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.


I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the US.


Got a link?


--

John Larkin Highland Technology, Inc trk

jlarkin att highlandtechnology dott com
http://www.highlandtechnology.com

kristoff
Guest

Sat Nov 24, 2018 9:45 pm   



Hi John,


On 24/11/18 18:45, John Larkin wrote:
Quote:
A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.
I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the US.

Got a link?


http://www.mpja.com/Talking-Digital-Multimeter/productinfo/35042%20ME/


As found here:
http://www.mpja.com//ordering_information.asp#shipping

International Orders
RESTRICTIONS:
We only accept orders from inside the United States. We are no longer
able to accept orders from other countries.



Kristoff

Dimitrij Klingbeil
Guest

Sat Nov 24, 2018 11:45 pm   



On 2018-11-24 21:37, kristoff wrote:
Quote:
Hi John,


On 24/11/18 18:45, John Larkin wrote:
A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.
I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the US.

Got a link?

http://www.mpja.com/Talking-Digital-Multimeter/productinfo/35042%20ME/


The "US sales only" multimeter is a variant of a Chinese "Winhy 890s".

Look up "Tasi TA8301" or "Nktech NK-51F" or "Winhy 890s", they seem to
be the same basic design. This multimeter is sold under various names.

You can also search Aliexpress for "voice multimeter". That finds many
sellers of the above 3 models as well as another one: the Tasi TA8302.

The TA8302 has a higher resolution: 6000 counts (TA8301: 2000 counts).

kristoff
Guest

Sun Nov 25, 2018 9:45 pm   



Dimitrij,


On 24/11/18 23:13, Dimitrij Klingbeil wrote:
Quote:
A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.
I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the
US.

Got a link?

http://www.mpja.com/Talking-Digital-Multimeter/productinfo/35042%20ME/

The "US sales only" multimeter is a variant of a Chinese "Winhy 890s".
Look up "Tasi TA8301" or "Nktech NK-51F" or "Winhy 890s", they seem to
be the same basic design. This multimeter is sold under various names.
You can also search Aliexpress for "voice multimeter". That finds many
sellers of the above 3 models as well as another one: the Tasi TA8302.
The TA8302 has a higher resolution: 6000 counts (TA8301: 2000 counts).


Thank you very much. Very usefull information.
I've forwarded the information to that person.


Thx!

Kristoff

Look165
Guest

Wed Nov 28, 2018 5:45 pm   



How will he read it ? LMAO

kristoff a écrit :
Quote:
Dimitrij,


On 24/11/18 23:13, Dimitrij Klingbeil wrote:
A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.
I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in
the US.

Got a link?

http://www.mpja.com/Talking-Digital-Multimeter/productinfo/35042%20ME/

The "US sales only" multimeter is a variant of a Chinese "Winhy 890s".
Look up "Tasi TA8301" or "Nktech NK-51F" or "Winhy 890s", they seem to
be the same basic design. This multimeter is sold under various names.
You can also search Aliexpress for "voice multimeter". That finds many
sellers of the above 3 models as well as another one: the Tasi TA8302.
The TA8302 has a higher resolution: 6000 counts (TA8301: 2000 counts).


Thank you very much. Very usefull information.
I've forwarded the information to that person.


Thx!

Kristoff


John Doe
Guest

Sun Dec 09, 2018 9:45 am   



An alternative is a tonal multimeter or "tonal voltmeter". I guess
it wasn't novel when I spread the idea around, but it got plenty of
attention.

It's neat for logic circuits. Feedback is instantaneous, unlike an
audio output. The same output for voltage could of course be applied
to current.

But perhaps it's more for electronics enthusiasts, especially blind
electronics enthusiasts, instead of someone using a multimeter only
as a tool.

Good luck.





kristoff <kristoff_at_skypro.be> wrote:

Quote:
Hi all,


A member of our radioclub is starting to have problems with his
eyesight, so he is looking for a multimeter that can talk.


I've found one on the internet, but that product is only sold in the US.


Anybody any idea for a not to expensive talking multimeter that can be
purchased here in Europe?


thx!

Kristoff


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