This item is a vintage Heathkit condenser (capacitor) Checker. This capacitor tester turns on and the eye works, we tried it with some capacitors but the eye does not open fully when a value is encountered and the ranges appear to be off. in the picture we placed a 100uf capacitor and the value encountered is for 10uf, and the eye does not open fully on that value although it "tunes" at 10uf. The power cable has been repaired as shown in the picture. This item is offered as-is, as a collectible item, and we make no guarantees that this tester will be accurate in any way.
NOTICE: This Pre-Owned-Recycled heathkit condenser checker capacitor tester vintage collectible was described to the best of our knowledge and it is offered as-is. If the field -Items in Stock- shows zero, the product is no longer available.
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