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PostSubject: Mil Tube tester Has external Power source   January 18th 2018, 3:37 pm

I ran across a document related to the I-177 military Tube tester. Its an accessory for use in the Field.

Its a Power Pack  manual in PDF form.

it operates on 6 or 12 volt storage batteries.
not to exceed 50 watts at 105 to 115 v.a.c. output.
Schematic and trouble shooting charts included.

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