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Hickok 9X 1940 - Multimeter An instrument for measuring small electrical currents, voltage and resistance, calibrated in milliamps.
This Hickok multimeter has volt-ohm-milliammeter functionality, hence this type of measuring equipment is also known as VOM.

1940s (?).

In 1910 Robert Hickok founded the Hickok Electrical Instrument Company in Atlanta (Georgia).
In 1913 Hickok Electrical Instrument Company moved to Cleveland, Ohio.
In 1995 it changed its name to Hickok Incorporated.
In 2010 it was renamed Hickok Manufacturing Group.

Since its founding, the company has been dedicated to the manufacture and development of high-precision standard instruments.

Also in 1940

  • 26 of June - World War II: Under the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, the Soviet Union presents an ultimatum to Romania requiring it to cede Bessarabia and the northern part of Bukovina.
  • 16 of November - World War II: In response to the leveling of Coventry by the German Luftwaffe two days before, the Royal Air Force bombs Hamburg.
  • 23 of July - The United States' Under Secretary of State Sumner Welles issues a declaration on the U.S. non-recognition policy of the Soviet annexation and incorporation of three Baltic states: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.