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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    Why did you get both?

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    Tru Tech Tools is my primary supplier.

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    Last week I gave away a uei manometer and a fieldpiece micron gauge to a young fellow finishing HVAC school. Also gave away a sc 76 to another guy.
    Still have a supco micron gauge,testo 510 manometer,sc77 and two sc56's on the truck. Yes I'm a tool hoarder. Still have a LT17 from when I first started but it only sees home use.

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    Fp hs36, fluke 902, uei dl379, testo 417, testo 510, retrotec dm2, Bacharach tech 60, Bacharach h-10, supco micron guage, bluvac lte, alnor low flow balometer, cooper Atkins srh77a, tif 9010a etc

  4. #17
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    amp meters are

    FP SC56
    FP SC77
    FP HS36
    FP SC45
    FP SC53
    FLUKE *** old amp clamp from 2004
    FLUKE *** 117 or close to it from 2004

    do i need to list all my other electronics or just DMM and amp clamps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    amp meters are

    FP SC56
    FP SC77
    FP HS36
    FP SC45
    FP SC53
    FLUKE *** old amp clamp from 2004
    FLUKE *** 117 or close to it from 2004

    do i need to list all my other electronics or just DMM and amp clamps?
    Why Not.

    "he that has the most toys...."

  6. #19
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    FP SC56
    FP SC77
    FP HS36
    FP SC45
    FP SC53
    FLUKE *** old amp clamp from 2004
    FLUKE *** 117 or close to it from 2004
    BluVac
    BluVac LTE
    Bacharach intech
    Tif -Zx
    CPS scale
    A bunch of YJ micron gauges.
    Supco Mega Ohmer
    UEI Infrared gun
    Fieldpiece thermometers x like 6
    Testo 510 manometer

    im sure theres more.

    who can piss further then me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    FP SC56
    FP SC77
    FP HS36
    FP SC45
    FP SC53
    FLUKE *** old amp clamp from 2004
    FLUKE *** 117 or close to it from 2004
    BluVac
    BluVac LTE
    Bacharach intech
    Tif -Zx
    CPS scale
    A bunch of YJ micron gauges.
    Supco Mega Ohmer
    UEI Infrared gun
    Fieldpiece thermometers x like 6
    Testo 510 manometer

    im sure theres more.

    who can piss further then me?
    Tool whore


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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    FP SC56
    FP SC77
    FP HS36
    FP SC45
    FP SC53
    FLUKE *** old amp clamp from 2004
    FLUKE *** 117 or close to it from 2004
    BluVac
    BluVac LTE
    Bacharach intech
    Tif -Zx
    CPS scale
    A bunch of YJ micron gauges.
    Supco Mega Ohmer
    UEI Infrared gun
    Fieldpiece thermometers x like 6
    Testo 510 manometer

    im sure theres more.

    who can piss further then me?
    I almost bought a supco megger today but wasn't sure if it was worth a ****, does it do the job for you?

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    it works. it's hard to see in the sun. i can test motors with my sc56. so i really dont use it much

  10. #23
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    I use a FP SC56 swivel clamp as my main meter. For backups I have the FP HS36 with the clamp head and an Amprobe swivel clamp aswell. As far as regular DMM's, I have an old Fluke and a Greenlee (not sure of models) that are last resort also. I have been through so many meters in the past. I had a UEI DL130something that was actually an ok meter...I ended up giving that to one of our apprentices that was interested in one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    Why did you get both?

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    I got the sc 57 for it's wireless function and the sc56 because it has in rush and some dcv functions the 57 does not have.

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    All electronic toys......

    Fluke 87V
    Fieldpiece sc56
    Fieldpiece sc77
    Fieldpiece DMM
    Amprobe acd 14
    BluVac ( in yellow )
    BluVac LTR (in yellow)
    Extech combustion detector
    H-10 refrig dectector
    Testo 550
    Testo 510
    Extech anomometer
    Inficon scale
    Appion tez 8
    Appion G5twin
    Yellow jacket bullet

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    FP SC56
    FP SC77
    FP HS36
    FP SC45
    FP SC53
    FLUKE *** old amp clamp from 2004
    FLUKE *** 117 or close to it from 2004
    BluVac
    BluVac LTE
    Bacharach intech
    Tif -Zx
    CPS scale
    A bunch of YJ micron gauges.
    Supco Mega Ohmer
    UEI Infrared gun
    Fieldpiece thermometers x like 6
    Testo 510 manometer

    im sure theres more.

    who can piss further then me?
    Well, not to brag, but I have the advantage by a yard and a half.

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