piece of crap meter, fluke cannot get thier chit straight and even think about keeping up with the industry in what we, as HVAC technicians, really need!
vlots, amps, capacitance, temp, and ohms.
i can do without temp in one meter, but the damn thing better be able to read ohms!!!
all of the fluke amp clamp meters (junk) fall way way short of reading ohms as they should. i am not going to carry two meters to a job just because one of my overpriced and overrated meters cannot do one function properly!
just assume buy something that fits my needs for day to day activities, and the 902 would be nice, but ohming something out is just about a day to day thing, and i don't need to carry two pieces of crap around with me all day long. especially when brand "X" sells a meter that beats the pants off the fluke at a lower cost to me, the person footing the bill for the proper tools to get the job done!