No offense, but all I see is more high priced digital plastic that will become junk/obsolete in a few years when the warranty runs out and the probes don't work. Then you pay a ridiculous price for replacement parts and have to wait 6 weeks because nobody stocks the sheit.
Don't get me wrong, I use digital meters....but I prefer analogues. I have meters from the sixties and seventies that are well made and have never let me down.
Will these meters last 40 or 50 years?
When I was a kid my RS3 and my 260P were in the shop many times!
I have an hs36 with a few attachment heads and they hold up like a champ. I'm not sold on the whole wireless deal though because I can write down my readings just as easily and I don't know of any customer that would care to look at a printout of all the measurements because they wouldn't know what it meant anyway.
you don't know of them, just because they don't know of it either.
you start handing out a printed test result of their system being low on charge, actual black and white data from their system and it doesn't matter whether or not if they know what hose numbers mean. they now are enthusiastic with your diagnosis that is also backed by a machine, and nobody doubts machines these days, it's actually quite silly. just listen to them biotch when the less than one year old new system breaks....
i also had a customer that demanded such things as this, although they weren't on the market at the time, i just developed a excel spreadsheet for him and entered the data myself, he was none the wiser lol