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  1. #14
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    First one out the bag is usually a standard Fluke 30 or the lightweight Fluke 12. Both handle 75% of everything.

  2. #15
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    Originally posted by R12rules

    Next time I buy it will probably be the latest series of Fluke meters. Like the 333 or 332 or soemthing.
    Biggest motor we got in any store is fifty horse. So I dont really need huge jaws or hi amp capacity.
    What are the Locked Rotor Amps on a 50 HP motor at 208 Volts, Bob???







    Without looking, I'm guessing around a thousand...

  3. #16
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    EX-Tech with out a doubt, i swear it does all the stuff you want and temp too. if size is your trigger point for the purchase than that is the brand. my co-worker just bought one, very compact. now if you want my opinion go with quality buy FLUKE, and you won't have to buy it twice.


    http://www.extech.com/instrument/pro...pha/MA420.html

  4. #17
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  5. #18
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    fieldpiece looks like the plastic toys they sell out of dollar stores. now where did i put that detachable anemeter head.

    talk all the crap you want but its one tool at a time for me.

  6. #19
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    Don't know what the # is, has lighted diplay, hold and inrush button to help catch the peak inrush #'s. After years of analog Amprope and Sperry the digital Flukes have been amazingly durable. Haven't had cause to use any other. I didn't like the open jaw type.

  7. #20
    Originally posted by workhorse
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    Hey cockroach, don't bug me! ©

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