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Triplett Instruments Advertisement
September 1942 Radio Retailing Today Article

September 1942 Radio Retailing Today

Radio Retailing Today, September 1942 Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

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Triplett is a well-know name amongst electronics technicians and engineers who have been in the business for any length of time. Triplett meter movements (aka panel meters) were considered to be top-of-the-line product in the days before digital meters and displays. They were used in industrial instrumentation, in military equipment, and in amateur radio gear. Triplett is still in business today but it appears they no longer sell just meter movements, although there is a large supply (new and used) available on eBay and Ham radio websites and swap meets. This advertisement for Triplett Thin-Line Instruments appeared in the September 1942 edition of Radio Retailing Today magazine.
Triplett Instruments Advertisement

Triplett Instruments Advertisement in September 1942 "Radio Retailing Today" - RF Cafe



Instrument "Specs"
  • Minimum case depth.
  • Full standard size rigid mechanism... no projecting base.
  • Wider shroud strengthens face: focuses attention on scale.
  • Simplified zero adjustment.
  • Sapphire or equivalent jewels. All component parts finely made and of superior quality.
  • Balanced Bridge Support.
  • Metal Bridges at both ends.
  • Separate Scale Mounting.
  • Doubly Supported Core.

Also available in metal case

NOTE: When space is at a premium and for all installations where space is efficiently used, Triplett Thin-Line Instruments set a new standard of precision performance in "condensed" space. For full details write for Triplett Thin-Line Bulletin to The Triplett Electrical Instrument Co., Bluffton, Ohio.




Posted  August 28, 2013

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