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#10541 - 06/14/02 06:37 PM multimeters again
frank Offline
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Loc: windsor ontario canada
Ok I know that we've revisited this subject before but i need help quick.My employer is moving me to another plant and wants me to leave some tools behinde.I'm using a fluke 36 clamp on and a fluke 11 multimeter at the old plant,they use fluke T5-600 meters at the new plant.Is there a single meter made that can read up to 600 amps with a clamp on like a powermeter and into the mega ohms like a benchmeter?I always seem to have the wrong meter for the job im doing.Think I'll go get my old meters Monday if I cant find one as the T5 while nice just dosen't come close to what I need.Thanks

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#10542 - 06/14/02 07:19 PM Re: multimeters again
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#10543 - 06/14/02 09:00 PM Re: multimeters again
Bjarney Offline
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I’m happy with these guys--seem to have OK prices/shipping/delivery on Fluke and AEMC clamp-on meters
http://www.metersandinstruments.com/catalog/default.asp

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#10544 - 06/15/02 05:16 AM Re: multimeters again
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Try looking here, I'll bet this will be the best place to look!

http://www.electrical-contractor.net/The_Store/EX/MM_Main.htm
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#10545 - 06/17/02 04:14 AM Re: multimeters again
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Try fluke.com.
We use an 89IV, which has been replaced by the 180. It has lot's of nice functions. Add the 80i-600A current clamp, or for True Power, add the 80i-kW..

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