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#35083 03/04/04 09:07 AM
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Have any of you bought / used one of These (the 61-154 or 61-155 circuit analyzer)?
It looks like it was be very useful to me, but I don't want to dump another coupla hundred dollars into something that will just sit in my already overstuffed tester bag.
Thanks...S


[This message has been edited by electure (edited 03-04-2004).]

#35084 03/04/04 11:33 AM
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Scott, I have the 155 and think it's great.

I've even tried it against my Fluke 189 to see how close the voltage and frequency readings are, and it's dead on.

One problem is, if you're within 6' of the service, it sometimes shows a bootleg ground, but that is to be expected.

I've just bought a 157, but haven't had time to play it yet.

Roger


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