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Table 8-1.  Low Power P-N-P Transistor Characteristics
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Figure 8-5.  Simpson 260 Series - Multimeter
TM 9-254 8-2. Meter Usage - Continued Table 8-5.  High Power P-N-P Transistor Characteristics Meter connections Test step Emitter Base Collector Ohmmeter reading 1 none - + 50 ohms 2 + - none 50 ohms 3 none + - 30K ohms or greater 4 - + none 50K ohms or greater Table 8-6. High Power N-P-N Transistor Characteristics Meter connections Test step Emitter Base Collector Ohmmeter reading 1 none + - 50 ohms 2 - + none 50 ohms 3 none + 30K ohms or greater 4 + - none 50K ohms or greater 8-3. Multimeter Familiarization. a. Front Panel (fig. 8-5).  The instrument has a large easy to read, 4 1/2 inch meter scale at the top of the front panel.  Below the meter are three operating controls and eight jacks. b. Range Switch (fig. 8-5).  The range switch, in the center of the lower part of the front panel, has 12 positions. It may be turned in either direction to obtain any desired range and circuit position.  There are six voltage ranges for DC and six for AC, six ranges for direct current, and three resistance ranges. c. Function Switch (fig. 8-5).   The  function switch is located at the left hand side of  the lower part of  the  front panel. It has three positions: -DC, +DC, and AC.  When direct current, DC voltage, or resistance is to be measured, the function  switch  may  be  set  at  -DC  or  +DC  depending  on  the  polarity  of  current  or  voltage.    Reversing  the  test  lead connections without removing them from the circuit is accomplished by the use of the function switch. d. Zero Ohms (fig. 8-5).   The control at the lower right hand side on the  front  panel  is  marked  ZERO  OHMS. This variable resistance in the ohmmeter circuit is used to compensate for the aging of the internal batteries. 8-8

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