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Evening all.

Since the introduction of the 17th edition all the big test instrument manufacturers claim that their intruments are "fully compliant with new 17th edition regs".

I dont beleive this to be the case in particular, the multifunction testers because in the new regulations for inspection and testing and on the new edition of the niceic completion certificates it asks for verification of phase sequence and as far as i'm aware the only multifunction tester that has the ability to check phase sequencing is the fluke 1653.

Therefore aren't megger, kewtech metrel etc guilty of false advertising?

I may be wrong so I would value anyone elses opinion.

Cheers.
 
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