Hi all, I just bought an old Fluke 8502A bench multimeter off of Ebay. It's huuuuuuuuge and you have to have option cards for the different functions. The damned thing has a backplane, which is NUTS compared to the hand held Fluke I'm used to. The other thing about this though, it's got the old timey LED display that doesn't adjust to show the denomination of the measurment (i.e. mV, kV, kohms, mohms, etc). In stead, there is an "exponent" display. In ohms mode it has either 3 or 6 (or nothing). I think I've figured out that you move the decimal the number of places to the right to calculate the actual value. I'm not sure I understand why it needs to work that way. Pretty confusing to me. Anyone have any experience with this type of meter and can offer any advice to make this sort of thing easier to deal with?