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From: John Lawson <>
Date: Thu Jan 23 20:34:00 2003

On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Keys wrote:

> A friend gave me a LM-2 Logic monitor from Global Specialties Corp. It has a
> button called the Family Threshold Select with 5 settings: RTL, DTL, TTL,
> HTL, and CMOS.

  Now here's a Funny Thing: I have a Continental Specialties LM-2 logic
monitor with exactly the same features... you have the big 14-pin DIP
clamp with the LEDs and the designator strips, as well?

  Mine came from a long-ago swap meet, and most likely both our manuals
are hiding in the same place... but it's pretty intuitive how it works..
you dial up the family, attach the red and black leads to GND and +V,
attach the clamp to the DUT, and watch Das Blinkenlights. I've used
several times to repair vintage Stuff.


Received on Thu Jan 23 2003 - 20:34:00 GMT

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