Re: Impedance bridge info ?

Tesla List wrote:
> Original Poster: NeonGlow-at-webtv-dot-net (Tony Greer)
> Does anyone have any information, such as operating instructions or a
> manual (or photocopy of same) for a 'Genral Radio Company' impedance
> bridge, type 1650-B ? I recently found this near mint condition
> instrument in a junk sale, of all places, but alas, no manual was
> included. It looks like just what I've been looking for to mesure C, L,
> &R values for my next coil (8"x32" sec. -at- 3 to 5 kva, (maybe more :-)).
> Many thanks in advance to anyone who could help!
> Tony Greer


	That's a fine piece of test equipment.  Bridges are much better than
"L-C" meters of the type currently sold.  Operation of that thing should
be intuitive, IF you've used bridges before and IF you can figure out
how to get the internal AC source and detectors operating.  Don't have a
manual here, will check with the instrument room at work to see if they
have anything which could be borrowed.  That's an ancient piece of
equipment by today's standards, but that's not necessarily bad.