Digital multimeter recommendation?
Posted 19 October 2012 - 10:56 AM
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 07:54 PM
I have the fieldpiece HS36 and I bought the electronic handle for the amps.IT was only $30.00 new on ebay.With that I can measure inrush current and min and max.About $200.00 for both and it will do anything I need.I also have a fluke 116 and a 16.The fluke 16 is my favorite I guess because I have had it longer.
Posted 12 October 2015 - 05:33 PM
We have lots of power quality issue around here: surges, sags, swells, transients, harmonics, and yes, frequent outages. It's like living in a frikkin third world country! These power quality problems generate much revenue for Samurai & Co. I use the Fluke 43B to nail 'em down and prove to the customer that it was the crappy power supply to their home that fried their appliance (usually bad pole transformers or near a commercial place that injects lots of harmonics into the power lines and messes with control boards).
We have the same issue with power where I live. I was curious as to how often you use this meter and how helpful it is. Can it be used to measure sine waves?
Does this do about the same job as the Supco Logit Current & Voltage Logger?
Edited by jjones, 12 October 2015 - 05:37 PM.
Posted 10 November 2015 - 10:36 PM
just got a new Fluke 117/323 combo kit from Test Equipment Depot...$295...plus 22 piece test lead kit 300v...$132. Thermocouple for it is on order. love the 117 meter !! knocks the knickers off my old Fluke 23 ive had for decades. Was repairing a large animal clipper this week and finally have the capability to test capacitors. Saved the client some money. I love the backlit display feature too !!
Would love to buy that frequency meter but going to have to wait till next christmas I think.
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