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Blue ESR Meter

By on January 14, 2008

blue esr meter

I received two units of blue ESR meter by Anatek and the blue ESR meter was designed by Bob Parker. It is in the kitset form and you could see the different parts from the photos. I have discussed with John Bachman about becoming the distributor for this Blue ESR Meter and i need to test it out myself before i began to sell it from my websites. I wish i could fix the testing equipment fast but tomorrow there might be a student from Myanmar who will be attending the basic electronic course for 5 days. Anyway once i have completed fixing the Blue ESR Meter i will surely test it out and will let you know about how good is this ESR tester.

blue esr meter anatek

 blue esr meter bob parker


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  1. jayan

    October 20, 2009 at 11:36 pm

    I like to know more about blue ESR Meter rate also
    send email .......

  2. admin

    October 21, 2009 at 9:43 am

    Hi Jayan,

    Please visit


  3. Mick

    December 26, 2012 at 10:06 am

    Good day and Happy Holidays Jestine,I get the following readings from the Anatek blue ESR Meter let me know if these Electrolytic caps are good or not:

    100V 470uf - 0.3 OHMS
    10V 3300uf - 0.2 OHMS
    16V 1500uf - o.3 ohms
    25v 470uf - 0.3 OHMS

    400V 270uf - 0.22 OHMS
    400V 270uf - 0.15 ohms
    450V 47uf - 1.0 OHMS
    50V 22uf - 1.0 ohms

    What do you think please let me know so I can get a hang of this meter.

    • Jestine Yong

      December 26, 2012 at 8:22 pm

      Hi Mick,

      Try this link below for easy reference:

      The value that you get should be lowered than the chart. If you get the same value as the chart then it is a marginal cap. Some caps still function well under marginal value or slightly higher than the value from the chart.



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