Well Fluke is pretty expensive and my company thinks it is pretty expensive maybe i will add some extra money to buy a Fluke
by the way it is good to learn the other good companies.
thanks for the fast answer
I was at a Facilities Trade show and the Fluke rep told me that Meterman meters are made by Fluke and they are less money. Amprobe meters look identical (they are red) personally i like Fieldpiece or Ideal. Tpi meters are reasonably priced also. I bought my last meter at Loews. It was an Ideal clampmeter catIII 600volts 40million ohm scale 68.00
I have a Fluke and a Fieldpiece, and while both are good, the fieldpiece sc-66(what I have, now a sc-77) is great bang for the buck. Measures everything you need except its not a true RMS, and if broken, $45 gets you a re-conditioned one.
If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.
I have a friend that races dirt track, he was at a drivers meeting at the start of one season and somebody asked "how much should you spend on a helmet" The official said " if you have a five dollar head then buy a five dollar helmet" The same goes for equipment that you are betting you life on . That why I always use Fluke cat. IV meters. JMO
The same goes for equipment that you are betting you life on
That's a pretty good point, but other manu's are also aware of product liability risks.
I guess searching the Internet for lawsuits against manufacturers would be a good way to find out how much a manufacturer values customer safety.