All components are high quality - no surplus stuff. Components are sorted by type. The plastic enclosure (sold separetly) is somewhat bulky anc could be better but it works. Assembly instructions and user manual are in digital form (CD).
Here is the complete PCB and Display Board. On this picture, the PIC is not istalled yet in it's socket. Upgrades to the software are free when available (requires shipping of the old PIC back to the company or buying a new PIC with the upgraded firmware)
The finished analyzer. Device Under Test is an ancient Bulgarian-made Germanium Transistor (GT2 306). There is no specific order to connect the test clips - the analyzer will automatically detect and display the DUT pinout. Every 5 seconds the display changes, scrolling thru a few data screens and showing various test results. After 30 seconds the LCD backlight is switched off to conserve power.
Here is another data screen. Diodes are connected only between the left and right test clips. The feature, detecting internal short (fault condition) in components can be used as ohm-meter for up to 50 ohms.
One small modification I have done is to drill a hole to the right of the LCD and glue a micro-switch connected to the calibration jumper. This allows me to perform calibration without opening the eclosure. I might drill another small hole for access to the trim-pot controlling the display contrast.