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    H10pm

    I just bought the h10pm. I hope I did not make an mistake. Besides the battery is one better then the other it cost me 450 or should I have went with a little bit of a cheaper straight forward one. I think it may just take some practice thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claugesy View Post
    I just bought the h10pm. I hope I did not make an mistake. Besides the battery is one better then the other it cost me 450 or should I have went with a little bit of a cheaper straight forward one. I think it may just take some practice thank you.
    You picked a fine machine for finding refrigerant leaks. Some don't have the best of luck with the batteries after a while, but I never had a problem with the one I used for 5 years.

    ...Ron
    Roof Rat

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    I use a H-10PM and have a video camera battery pack on a belt that gives me extended leak checking time when my H-10 battery drops out on me.

    H-10 is the leak detector that has proven itself over many years.
    Jim
    Tucson, Az
    Keeping the Ice Cream Frozen!

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    You can pick up spare batteries for the H10Pm here. I think with shipping it was less than 20 clams.

    https://www.batterysharks.com/ Sigmas Battery SP12-2.3

    Great leak detector by the way.
    l8r

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