” Battery Cell Tester Fig. 7027R
Fitted with swivel legs, enabling an accurate reading at all angles.
The meter is provided with a central negative point, which eliminates
necessity to identify the positive pole it incorporates 300 amp
resistance between the probes.
Original Price £3 I0s 0d
The firm situated in Wolverhampton specialised in the
manufacture of battery charging equipment and associated products, it
was acquired by the battery manufacturer Chloride and was subsequently
known as Chloride Legg Ltd.
This is one of a number of instruments
given to me by Martin Harrison
which belonged to his father who was a a Chartered Electrical Engineer.
He collected both old electrical test equipment and due to his name
(John Harrison) old clocks. Martin thought his father would have been
pleased with his items new home and owner.
It was in pieces and in poor condition when received and I have put
it back together, made a new
spring for the bulb and given it a clean. I
checked the meter against one of my digital meters and found it to be
accurate. It requires 5mA for full scale deflection. i do not
have a car battery with exposed cells so am unable to further check its