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  1. #14
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    All of the above. I did start out with fluke 116 for flame sense but needed amp clamp. Got the fluke 902 a year after and put my 116 away unless I need real high resistance readings twice I think..... 902 is always in the bag.

  2. #15
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    We do cooking, refrigeration, and HVAC and I provide all of my technicians with the following meters Fluke 116, Fluke 322, and UEI DT302. I also provide the Atkins griddle, oil, and high temp oven probes. I haven't looked at our tool list in a while so I probably need to take a hard look at it. If anyone know of any better alternatives to those please let me know.

    I use Grainger to purchase all of my tools because I have been able to work out a very good deal with them.

  3. #16
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    Jeichenauer--

    Whats the uei for?

    Do your guys like it?

    Thanks for all the responses guys!

  4. #17
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    Its a temp meter. Grainger stopped selling it though so I am going to have to look for a replacement next time I have to buy one.

    All of the techs seemed to like it.

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  5. #18
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    Wow. Good replies guys!

    Fluke 116 seems popular.

    Anyone had a uei Phoenix? Like a dl389?

    Is the 116 a US made fluke? Or china?

    Thanks guys.

  6. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by CFESAmasterEGSR View Post
    Wow. Good replies guys!

    Fluke 116 seems popular.

    Anyone had a uei Phoenix? Like a dl389?

    Is the 116 a US made fluke? Or china?

    Thanks guys.
    Fluke 116 is not US made.

  7. #20
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    FP hs36, fluke 902, and uei dl379. I like all of them but carry the hs36 most of the time because I like it and the meter bag is large enough to keep all kinds of goodies in. Residential, Light Commercial service/install and some heavy commercial/industrial service.

  8. #21
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    Fluke 902 for all of the above.

  9. #22
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    Uei DL379. Does everything. Both hot side and refrigeration.

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