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    Quote Originally Posted by GoCougs View Post
    Where are the meters manufactured?
    just guessing. In Jim's basement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoCougs View Post
    Where are the meters manufactured?
    Our design in Asia. Our IP is really in the Bluetooth protocol and in the application. We simply need a meter with the accuracy and resolution for things to work as well as the specifications we ned for accuracy, precision, and resolution.

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    does the 550 do millivolts? or Just the 510 ?

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    it feb 8th - Still no image on Supco and cannot find anywhere.

    Any additional clarity on availability - and final specs? I dont even know if it has a magnet or not.

    Coming from the field yourself - SUUURRREELLY it does, RIIIIGHT?

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    Here are the detailed specifications. I am sure a magnet will be either on the meter or available as Supco distributes the HVAC Strap magnet. Here is what we have prototyped up. It works very well.

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    You can preorder now, shipping in a couple months.
    TruTech will have some of the first inventory.
    https://www.trutechtools.com/Redfish...er-Clamp-Meter




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    Quote Originally Posted by jim bergmann View Post
    Here are the detailed specifications. I am sure a magnet will be either on the meter or available as Supco distributes the HVAC Strap magnet. Here is what we have prototyped up. It works very well.

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    Jim, or Bill, can either of you help me understand how different manufacturer's state accuracy?

    For instance Testo 770-3 states accuracy for AC voltage in one range as +-(1.0% of mv + 3 Digit), the chart for the iDVM550 shows +-(0.6% + 5), iDVM510 has +/- 1.0% + 2 counts, and the Fieldpiece HS35 lists +-(1.2% rdg + 5 dgts).

    Is the percentage in each case based on the displayed reading?
    Is the second value in parentheses always the smallest digit displayed?
    It's an upside down world we live in.

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    A couple more months will be Spring, hardly any time to prepare for Spring maintenances.

    Are there Beta issues with the wireless? Do these meters need to be reprogrammed from the factory in order to work with Measurequick?
    Will they work with iConnect/iManifold app?
    "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing" Socrates

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgenius33 View Post
    A couple more months will be Spring, hardly any time to prepare for Spring maintenances.

    Are there Beta issues with the wireless? Do these meters need to be reprogrammed from the factory in order to work with Measurequick?
    Will they work with iConnect/iManifold app?
    They already work with MQ. There are about 50 units in the field in beta testing. So far so good. They were released to the beta testers several months ago.
    JLB,

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Goodman View Post
    Jim, or Bill, can either of you help me understand how different manufacturer's state accuracy?

    For instance Testo 770-3 states accuracy for AC voltage in one range as +-(1.0% of mv + 3 Digit), the chart for the iDVM550 shows +-(0.6% + 5), iDVM510 has +/- 1.0% + 2 counts, and the Fieldpiece HS35 lists +-(1.2% rdg + 5 dgts).

    Is the percentage in each case based on the displayed reading?
    Is the second value in parentheses always the smallest digit displayed?
    Here is a good explanation. There are times that accuracy is critical and times when we simply need to know if a voltage is present. There are cost/benefits. The trick is to find a meter that provides the best accuracy and resolution at the lowerest cost. The Redfish meters are 6000 count.

    JLB,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim bergmann View Post
    Here is a good explanation. There are times that accuracy is critical and times when we simply need to know if a voltage is present. There are cost/benefits. The trick is to find a meter that provides the best accuracy and resolution at the lowerest cost. The Redfish meters are 6000 count.

    Thank you Jim. That was excellent!
    It's an upside down world we live in.

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    Any updates when this may be released?

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    You can preorder now. Shipping in April.
    https://www.trutechtools.com/Redfish...er-Clamp-Meter



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