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  1. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    the 902 can read up to 9999ohms, plenty for the day to day use IMO, i havent needed a really high ohm range so far for what i work on, package units and such. It does everything i need it to do. I gave up a UEI that had everything for this fluke 902, and it hasent failed me yet.

    http://us.fluke.com/usen/products/sp...(FlukeProducts)

    yeah and I actually posted the wrong ohms for those two anyway, getting late. 30 ohms for continuity. 6000 ohms for the 337 and the 355 is 400kΩ.

    JJ

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    lets see what the ohm's scale is on the extech hhmmmnnn

    http://www.extech.com/instruments/re...X622_EX623.pdf

    Resistance (Max Res.) 40.000MΩ (0.01Ω)
    looking good to me again...

    maybe the ideal will wait we'll see what happens when i ante up for the next meter beachy thrashes
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  3. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by beachtech View Post
    a good meter would read megohms

    not stop at 35, or 9999

    i was lloking at the extech meter you were talking about aiken, but locals talked me out of it. now i am looking at the ideal meter with the two displays
    Which Ideal one has two displays? Never seen one like that. Only thing I can think of is the 61-495. It is a single display but can display more than one thing in that display. Basically an analog type meter that is LCD as well as the normal LCD digital display. That one actually goes up to 2 GΩ if I remember right.

    http://www.idealindustries.com/produ...industrial.jsp

    Most of the higher end Ideal meters are made by Sperry. Both are great companies

    JJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiken Colon View Post
    Which Ideal one has two displays? Never seen one like that. Only thing I can think of is the 61-495. It is a single display but can display more than one thing in that display. Basically an analog type meter that is LCD as well as the normal LCD digital display.

    http://www.idealindustries.com/produ...industrial.jsp

    Most of the higher end Ideal meters are made by Sperry. Both are great companies

    JJ
    the UEI, has 2 display.. amps all the time and the other for what ever you set the meter at... i miss that feature.....
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    I like all my flukes meters,all seven of them.If I need to really ohm something out,I grab the meger and check it that way.I use my 902 almost on a daily basis and it has not let me down yet.I love my 52-2 and its features.I had a package unit that was tripping the rollout limit earlier this winter.While the customer and I talked,I showed him that the 350*F limit tripped out at 275*F 15 mins into a run cycle with my 52-2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrL_Brann View Post
    I like all my flukes meters,all seven of them.If I need to really ohm something out,I grab the meger and check it that way.I use my 902 almost on a daily basis and it has not let me down yet.I love my 52-2 and its features.I had a package unit that was tripping the rollout limit earlier this winter.While the customer and I talked,I showed him that the 350*F limit tripped out at 275*F 15 mins into a run cycle with my 52-2.
    What I like about that whole series of temp meters is its size. You know they could of made that thing a heck of a lot smaller, but they didn't. Sometimes, at least to me, smaller isn't always better. Their thermal imagers are kind of that way also. Between the two big boy manufactures on those things I would rather be in a bar fight with the Ti series thermals.

    JJ

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    What I like about the 52-2 like you said the ease of use and the size of it.Which allows the screen display very easy to read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiken Colon View Post
    Which Ideal one has two displays? Never seen one like that. Only thing I can think of is the 61-495. It is a single display but can display more than one thing in that display. Basically an analog type meter that is LCD as well as the normal LCD digital display. That one actually goes up to 2 GΩ if I remember right.

    http://www.idealindustries.com/produ...industrial.jsp

    Most of the higher end Ideal meters are made by Sperry. Both are great companies

    JJ
    here ya go

    http://www.idealindustries.com/produ...lamp_meter.jsp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiken Colon View Post
    What I like about that whole series of temp meters is its size. You know they could of made that thing a heck of a lot smaller, but they didn't. Sometimes, at least to me, smaller isn't always better. Their thermal imagers are kind of that way also. Between the two big boy manufactures on those things I would rather be in a bar fight with the Ti series thermals.

    JJ
    smaller is fine with me. easy to read display in a small package is the best!!

    smaller fits in my tools belt better, and my veto
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    dont take me wrong here but they just look cheap.. i dnno
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascone10 View Post
    dont take me wrong here but they just look cheap.. i dnno
    which one lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by beachtech View Post
    which one lol
    the extechs more than the ideal...
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  13. #78
    Quote Originally Posted by beachtech View Post

    Oh yeah the tight site ones, I had two displays on the front in my mind when you originally posted that. Forgot about the ones that have the display in the bottom.

    When those things first came out there were a ton of complaints about where the hold button was located because you would constantly hit it on accident. They had to take a lot of them back and replace them with a re-vamped version. All fixed now a days though

    JJ

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