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  1. #66
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    On vacation and brought my HS36 by to have it checked, local repair place in my area could not find any issue.
    Jeremy got me back on the road under half an hour.
    Thanks

  2. #67
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    I picked up the HS36 today, I really like the magnet on the back! I also have a Sc76 but the HS36 seems like it has the potential to do so much more, and like I said I really like the magnet on the back!

  3. #68
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    I use my HS36 to check submersible pumps all the time. They are the best meter I have ever bought. Not only does it have all off the features I need(Volts, ohms up to 40m, remote amp head, microfarads for my control boxes, temp for water heaters, backflow, and incoming water temps, frequency for vfd's, DC volts for battery backup systems, The back light is great for well pits and basements. The accuracy is very important, as i must be quite sure of the problem before I pull a 1000' deep submersible pump, or a Texas Turbine.

  4. #69
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    I'm just using it for basic residential A/C, Gas furnaces and boilers and occasional commercial rooftops. The SC76 was nice don't get me wrong but having a free hand plus the potential to use all differant tools with the heads is great, the including amp meter i feel is much more like true amp meter much like the Fluke, the one of the SC76 gave me a general idea but wasn't all that accurate.

  5. #70
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    My dads been using the og stick meter forever, only meters we use. And I just bought myself the HS33

  6. #71
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    Check out the newest from Fieldpiece. It's wireless!!!


  7. #72
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    Really like that Russ. Any plans for a wireless SC56. The SC57 looks so close to being a hands down ultimate meter.
    “If You Can Dodge A Wrench You Can Dodge A Ball”

  8. #73
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    Well basically the SC57 is the wireless version of the SC56. What features are missing from the SC57?

  9. #74
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    The dual display and resistance range are big ones.
    “If You Can Dodge A Wrench You Can Dodge A Ball”

  10. #75
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    The dual display and resistance range are big ones.
    I can do without the dual display, but the ohm range makes it useless as an all in one hvac meter.

  11. #76
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    Is there a way to get the hs36 to beep beep to check continuity?

  12. #77
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    The continuity range is the first switch position to the right and it does have a beeper for continuity. If yours doesn't work, first check that your leads are good and give us a call at 714 634 1844 for support.

  13. #78
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    Russell, why does my SC56 not auto range down into millivolts? It says it is an auto ranging meter, but I have to manually set it to millivolts.

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