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    I have a fluke 123. I don't use it all the time...

    I have a fluke 123. I don't use it all the time but it does come in handy for a lot of different things, especially with a current clamp.
    However, the biggest reason I would suggest that someone in...
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    I have the zebralight h31 flood with the high CRI...

    I have the zebralight h31 flood with the high CRI bulb, makes it easier for me to identify colors on wires and stuff. It's a great light, especially working close.
    Whatever light you choose though...
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    I have the Klein 1/4 and 3/8" sets with the red...

    I have the Klein 1/4 and 3/8" sets with the red metal cases. They are both very nice in my opinion but I feel like the boxes take up a bit too much space than they need to. Now I carry the 1/4" set...
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    I like my cobras, I even have the 22" ones, but I...

    I like my cobras, I even have the 22" ones, but I really like the pliers-wrench. They completely replaced my crescent wrenches.
  5. Thread: Fluke 189

    by nashuahvac
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    I have a 289 but I don't use it like I thought I...

    I have a 289 but I don't use it like I thought I would. It's not a good every-day meter. It actually takes a few seconds to boot up when you turn it on, and even though the screen is very large the...
  6. Thread: Fluke CNX

    by nashuahvac
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    I'm also interested in the new cnx system. One...

    I'm also interested in the new cnx system. One thing I noticed is that it doesn't seem to have Vdc or mA remote modules yet, unless I am missing something.
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    The fluke 345 will log power usage. It will even...

    The fluke 345 will log power usage. It will even show you live graphs on the LCD. I had one and it worked quite well for single phase. It does have some three phase capability but it assumes a...
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    The bondhus T handles are the best ones I've...

    The bondhus T handles are the best ones I've used. They have solid steel handles welded on and rubber coated, unfortunately a set of them is a lot heavier than they really need to be.
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    Do all the digital analyzers require factory...

    Do all the digital analyzers require factory service/calibration?
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    Red, yellow, green, blue. Blondes, brunettes,...

    Red, yellow, green, blue. Blondes, brunettes, redheads. I know some people bleed one or the other but I don't think you can go wrong with any of them.
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    Look at the Testo 435 and 735.

    Look at the Testo 435 and 735.
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    I just got the Milwaukee m18 impact. I'm falling...

    I just got the Milwaukee m18 impact. I'm falling in love. I cant believe how fast it is. I'm going to get one of the dewalt 6 in 1 bits for it, there is no place to put an extra bit on the tool...
  13. Thread: multi tool

    by nashuahvac
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    I feel the same way, during working hours. Using...

    I feel the same way, during working hours. Using the right tool is an important part of keeping a professional image.

    Once the toolbag is put away and I'm off the clock the Leatherman Wave with...
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    My favorite way to do this is with the fluke...

    My favorite way to do this is with the fluke AC89. Its a dedicated piercing probe that clamps on to the wire. It's very safe and CAT IV 600 rated, if that matters to you.

    energy star, I would...
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    You are supposed to use the piercing fitting to...

    You are supposed to use the piercing fitting to pull out the refrigerant. Then you braze on a new process tube and use one of these http://www.sjdiscounttools.com/rob12458.html to attach your hose to...
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    As per the AOP Rules only Professional Members *...

    As per the AOP Rules only Professional Members * can reply with advice to the OP. Anyone may post and ask questions. They may even question the * member answer but not give advice or expand on the...
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    I have one and I love it for the most part. I've...

    I have one and I love it for the most part. I've found all kinds of things to use logging on, its really handy. The low ohm range gets used a lot too, being able to rel out the probe resistance and...
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    Everyone is probably going to tell you to get the...

    Everyone is probably going to tell you to get the testo 605 because you can stick it into the ductwork. I use a kestrel and I really like it though.
  19. I went directly from working exclusively in...

    I went directly from working exclusively in single family homes to working exclusively in large schools. The differences were intimidating at first but pretty quick you realize that volts are still...
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    This. I'm an easy sell if you are honest and...

    This. I'm an easy sell if you are honest and direct with me. Once I start hearing the sales-speak you couldn't sell me a life raft on a sinking ship. This is probably why I haven't bought a new car...
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    I always wondered why you are supposed to keep it...

    I always wondered why you are supposed to keep it in the box. They must be made out of some kind of high strength cardboardium alloy. :whistle:
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    Less starts is almost always better for the...

    Less starts is almost always better for the equipment, And as long as you are still comfortable you did a good.
    Also, what are you measuring the runtimes with?
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    Klein 11-1 Fluke T5 Linemans pliers IR...

    Klein 11-1
    Fluke T5
    Linemans pliers
    IR thermometer
    Channel locks

    I think that would get me through most things, but I would also have a volt alert pen in my pocket along with the knife and...
  24. I can't quite bring myself to understand that...

    I can't quite bring myself to understand that they actually believe all the things they write on their signs. They must just do it to provoke people so they can make money on lawsuits. At least I...
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    I just have a dwyer 478 that has proven to be...

    I just have a dwyer 478 that has proven to be pretty great until I stripped the battery door screws. Couple sheet metal screws and it was back in business so I'll probably use it forever, but that...
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    I use these things sometimes. ...

    I use these things sometimes.
    http://www.hvacr-tools.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=HVACR&Product_Code=CD2070&Category_Code=COREREMOVALTOOLS

    They have a little shaft that you screw...
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    Poll: I have the 18v drill and the sawzall. The drill...

    I have the 18v drill and the sawzall. The drill itself isn't bad. The sawzall is weak and slow. Both batteries wont charge at all after less than a year. They are the "compact lithium" variety.
    I...
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    Between the 87V and the 28II I think I would go...

    Between the 87V and the 28II I think I would go with the 28II. Its a bit bigger and a bit more money, but it uses AA's instead of a 9V and i like the battery and fuse compartments better. Plus the...
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    Ideal 34-002. Probably one of my most used tools.

    Ideal 34-002. Probably one of my most used tools.
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    You can measure smaller pipes OD with your...

    You can measure smaller pipes OD with your adjustable wrench. Snug it on the pipe, remove and measure with a ruler.
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    Thanks guys. They're both obviously top tier so I...

    Thanks guys. They're both obviously top tier so I think im going to go Testo, If for no other reason than to be different.

    Who has the best prices on Testo gear? Their stuff isnt as easy to price...
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    Fluke VS Testo Thermometer

    I'm going to buy a new thermometer soon and I want to make sure I get the right one. I was pretty sure I wanted a Fluke 54 because I use alot of Fluke equipment already, but after reading here about...
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    Alot of saltwater aquariums have large heat loads...

    Alot of saltwater aquariums have large heat loads from the lights. Some aquariums that size might have thousands of watts of metal halide lights only a foot or so above the water to get certain types...
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