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Member #451067

Member Since: July 1, 2013

Country: United States

  • I use a cheap meter and have used low cost multi-meters for years. No sweat if I accidentally drop it on the shop concrete floor or fry it by mistake. However, I use a Fluke non-cheap meter when I absolutely cannot afford to fry myself. My Fluke is also, when tested critically, the most accurate digital multi-meter I have. I also use a very old used Tektronix O-Scope. I might replace it with a new lower cost import if it ever dies. It may outlast me, though.

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