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August 24, 2009
about 7 years ago
Looks like whoever was Photoshopping out the watermark in the background erased the decimal point as well. Most likely 1.4mm. Same issue with the length of the quick connect tabs - they are more likely 5.0mm long and not 50mm ;)
about 9 years ago
These SparkFun guys are pretty cool - replaced my glass no questions asked - the new one is much improved!
Cool electronic gizmos and A+ customer service - thanks!
about 9 years ago
Just got one of these guys - great meter. Good build quality, ery nice 'feel'
Not sure what the issue is re: battery - simple enough to unscrew the tray and drop in a 9V. Like other posters have pointed out - the bat only fits one way. Don't force anything and you'll be fine.
Looks like this:
Might be the iR USB cable although it doesn't list the UT60 on the 'compatible with' list
The cables are available on eBay - $13 + shipping, I may get one to try - will post here with results if I do.
So I'm not a jerk but... my pint glass arrived today and I hate to say it but this is the first SparkFun purchase where I've got a bit of buyers remorse.
The glass itself is great - a classic heavy wall tumbler that will resist all but the worst day to day abuse. But the printing - it is just not up to SparkFun's quality standards.
Looks to be low quality transfer stamp vs. a higher quality silk screen. The black is more of a dark gray - and it's crooked. The right side is about 3/32 higher than the left. The underprinting is straight but the black on top is crooked.
Mostly I'm reacting to the crooked... I don't like crooked.
For a company of your size you guys have done an amazing job with your brand and it's touch points - great web site, beautyful PCBs, and the magical red boxes... this one just comes up a bit short.
p.s. The rest of my box of goodies is A+ - you are right about the UT60 - great unit, worth every penny
about 10 years ago
Is it me or does that "14-pin ATmega48 microcontroller" have 28 pins?
No public wish lists :(
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