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#177183 - 04/24/08 01:12 PM Tasco inspector III  
nesparky  Offline
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Been a while since I have posted anything.

Just got an advertisment for a tester called Inspector III by a company callled Tasco Inc. Their website is www.tasco-usa.com
Would like any one who has used thir stuff to let me know what you think of it.
Thanks


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#177186 - 04/24/08 02:10 PM Re: Tasco inspector III [Re: nesparky]  
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Looks like they are shooting at the Ideal SureTest. Home inspectors love them because a minimally knowledgeable person can come up with a lot of gee whiz info for a report.


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#177274 - 04/27/08 09:43 PM Re: Tasco inspector III [Re: gfretwell]  
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I know that the Tasco Inspector II has been around for a long time, but I have never personally used it. The Inspector III must be their newest offering.
Tasco is the company that makes Greenlee branded circuit tracers and phase rotation testers.
I do own a Tasco circuit tracer that I bought around 1998 that still works, so it must be pretty well made.
It is the same as the older Greenlee model 2007 tracer.
They changed their tracer design a few years ago to an auto ranging type, now known as the Greenlee model 2011, that really blows chunks, IMO.
I looked into the Tasco Circuit Mapper a few years ago when they first came out, but at around $800.00, I didn’t think it was worth it.


#177335 - 04/29/08 02:46 PM Re: Tasco inspector III [Re: nesparky]  
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Is there a UL label on the Testers, or did I miss it?


#191938 - 01/20/10 04:24 AM Re: Tasco inspector III [Re: SJT]  
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I just recently purchased the Tasco III will post findings on it soon so far it is exceeding my expectations.



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