Electronics Tool Kit

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Electronics Tool Kit
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Type Tool
Tech Level TL–7
Cost Cr2,000
Reference TBD
Size 10.0 liters
Weight 5.0 kg
Manufacturer Various
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A Electronics Tool Kit is a tool kit.

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Description (Specifications)[edit]

It contains the necessary tools for basic assembly and repair of electronic devices such as communicators, detectors, sensors, and control instruments. Comes in a hard sided carrying case.

Typical Electrical and Electronics Tools[edit]

Multimeter, measuring devices (gauges, tapes or rulers), marking devices (pens), holding arm, magnifying lens or viewer, lightsources, soldering iron and accessories, wire stripper, pliers, precision screwdrivers, tweezers, bench power supply, battery packs, power drill, powered grinder or cutter, jeweler's files, earthing equipment, glue gun, 3D printer, workmat, a wide selection of spare and replacement components, oscilloscope, specialist sensors and detectors, storage boxes, goggles.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The contents of any tool kit should be balanced against its TL. Lower technology kits might contain more primitive or simplistic tools, while more advanced kits might contain sophisticated items such as gravitic rebalancers. The exact contents will vary depending on the size and weight of the tool kit: small kits contain the bare minimum, or may contain ingenious "multi-tools" with a variety of attachments and adapters.

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