Old Electrical Equipment

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Olympus8MP, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. Olympus8MP

    Olympus8MP TPF Noob!

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    Here are some pictures I took in the university electrical engineering lab of some old electrical equipment. (Some of this stuff is from the 60's!!). I am majoring in electrical engineering, so these subjects are so far some of my favorites! :D

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    Bump, plz??

    Critiques welcome!
     
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    NIce shots!
     
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    Wow, I printed these out on the school's laser printer, and I must say. Computer screens don't do justice to a good photo like a hard copy!! This is the first time I've ever printed a nice copy of a photo!
     
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    Jeremy Z No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The subject matter is interesting (to a fellow electrical engineer) but composition-wise, they need a bit of help. I wouldn't know how to shoot them myself.

    At my workplace (UL) we have some old Weston Model 1 ammeters from the 1930s that are still accurate and calibrated. They have wooden enclosures and brass hardware. They have so much more character and craftsmanship & character than the new Flukes, HPs, Agilents, etc.
     

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