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    meters

    im looking to buy a newmeter. i ahve a feildpiece meter but have nothing but problems with it. it reads ghost voltage and if i check high voltage it starts up at like 300 volts and slowly counts down to 120.i did send the meter back and fieldpiece said it was the fuse. so i replaced the fuses they sent me and the same problem.its the hs36. i would like to get another feildpiece but im a little iffy.i also have 3 heads for the fieldpiece.so im looking for some help. what is the best meter 2 go with?

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    Fluke.

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    Fluke makes a nice meter ,but i still prefer my Simpson 260
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeattlePioneer View Post
    Fluke.

    It's hard to beat a Fluke 902 series/

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    I have almost always bought Fluke,I was displeased any other time.I still have my first meter(Fluke 30) and it works just like it did when it was purchased.
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    The Fluke 116 is a good meter for this trade. You will need a separate amp meter. Fluke makes excellent clamp meters, thermometers or anything else you require.

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