The ohmmeter MUST be 1ma or less. My meter is 2KOhm per volt or 500ua so I just use the highest range. The lower range will shunt the meter and use more current. I will also need to know the meter polarity. When using a multi meter for voltage the red lead is positive but most ohmmeters will have the red negative. (it's the difference between sourcing and sinking. The volt meter reads an external source while the ohmmeter is powered by a built in battery.)
I hooked the red to black and black to red as you can see the polity is correct so my red lead is negative. I will show the test and a table of readings.
The test jig schematic.
You can do a quick test with some test leads or breadboard. If you plan to test several it may be worth making a little test board. I should point out the Ohmmeter is forward biasing the Emitter - base junction and the power supply is reverse biasing the base - collector junction.
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