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    Megohmeter

    Does anyone currently use a Fluke 1520 megger. Looking for a new megger and curious if there is any input on this particular meter. Thanks in advance.
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    Am using the model 1527. Not just a megger but a multimeter with a megger. Does capacitance. Wished it included microamps for flame signal.
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    I use the supco m-500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mike View Post
    Does anyone currently use a Fluke 1520 megger. Looking for a new megger and curious if there is any input on this particular meter. Thanks in advance.
    I use the 1520 Fluke Megometer, I am completely satisfied with the meter. I compared it to my foreman's crank type and it was right on the money can not beat it for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slb8101 View Post
    I use the 1520 Fluke Megometer, I am completely satisfied with the meter. I compared it to my foreman's crank type and it was right on the money can not beat it for the price.
    Just checked Flukes web site the 1520 has been discontinued, use 1587 instead.

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    Wink yo

    a model 1587.....is that a good product fluke???

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    Quote Originally Posted by raidersfan7 View Post
    a model 1587.....is that a good product fluke???
    The real deal.

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    Hmm yo

    how much they run??? we just got an accct that requires megging

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    Quote Originally Posted by slb8101 View Post
    I use the 1520 Fluke Megometer, I am completely satisfied with the meter. I compared it to my foreman's crank type and it was right on the money can not beat it for the price.
    I was mistaken Ihave the Fluke 1503 model, I paid around 300 dollars at Grainger I am very pleased with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slb8101 View Post
    I was mistaken Ihave the Fluke 1503 model, I paid around 300 dollars at Grainger I am very pleased with it.
    I bought one of those a couple of weeks ago and I have been very pleased with its operation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MechAcc View Post
    Am using the model 1527. Not just a megger but a multimeter with a megger. Does capacitance. Wished it included microamps for flame signal.
    Correction. Am using the 1587.
    Aircraft Mechanical Accessories Technician. The Air Force changed the job title to Air Craft Environmental Systems Technician. But I've decided I'll always be a Mech Acc.

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    yo

    so which oen si it fluke model 1503 or

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdivell View Post
    I use the supco m-500
    same here!



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