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Old 03-24-2007
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Default Circuitmate DM78 specs

I have a Circuitmate DM78 (made by Beckman, I think). I lost the manual eons ago. But I'd like to know the specs on this multimeter. Does anyone have the info I'm looking for. Thanks.
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Basic specs or in depth like a manual would have it?

Yes, Beckman makes the DM78.
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Probably specs like accuracy and resolution.

I couldn't find anything.
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I have a Circuitmate DM78 (made by Beckman, I think). I lost the manual eons ago. But I'd like to know the specs on this multimeter. Does anyone have the info I'm looking for. Thanks.

Ginny,
It too have a DM78 for which I lost the instructions. Furthermore, sometime ago I removed the batteries and subsequently lost them. Now I have no idea what battery to get for this meter. Could you please look in your meter and reply with the battery part # required.

Gracious thanks!
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Ginny,
It too have a DM78 for which I lost the instructions. Furthermore, sometime ago I removed the batteries and subsequently lost them. Now I have no idea what battery to get for this meter. Could you please look in your meter and reply with the battery part # required.

Gracious thanks!
Sid
There must be a lot of old Circuitmate DM78s out there. I also have one with missing batteries and would like to hear from someone who might enlighten me regarding the battery number. I hope there is someone out there who still has one that works.
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The DM 79 takes Two(2) 1.5V type LR-44 batteries.
Hope this will help
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Default DM 78

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I have a Circuitmate DM78 (made by Beckman, I think). I lost the manual eons ago. But I'd like to know the specs on this multimeter. Does anyone have the info I'm looking for. Thanks.
I have a spec sheet for the DM79 I can e-mail, The DM 79 is made by Beckman Industrial, The meter actual states: Circuitmate DM79
When you want me to, let me knowE-mail leooostra@cox.net
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Old 05-14-2008
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Default Beckman DM78 Manual

I have a copy of the manual for the DM78 that I finally found in my desk! It is in PDF format so I can not attach it to this message. If there is some way to get it posted somewhere let me know. The unit takes LR-44 batteries.
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Default Circuitmate DM78 multitester manual

Hey balboWOLFE, I would sure like to have a copy of the Circuitmate DM78 multitester manual you have in pdf format.
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Default Battery for Circuitmate DM78

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There must be a lot of old Circuitmate DM78s out there. I also have one with missing batteries and would like to hear from someone who might enlighten me regarding the battery number. I hope there is someone out there who still has one that works.
Hi, I have a Circuitmate DM78 and just changed the batteries. They are:
AG13 or 357 or LR44 button cell watch batteries.
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