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eskimo39

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Sorry Sorry Sorry!!!!! I know everyone is getting sick of talking about test meters etc but I really need some help. I have been searching to buy a 1552 for the last few days but just had a phone call offering a 1502 at a great price. I have had a look on the Megger site but find it a bit pants.

Can anyone tell me the main difference between the two???

Sorry:eek:
 
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WarrenG

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Sorry Sorry Sorry!!!!! I know everyone is getting sick of talking about test meters etc but I really need some help. I have been searching to buy a 1552 for the last few days but just had a phone call offering a 1502 at a great price. I have had a look on the Megger site but find it a bit pants.

Can anyone tell me the main difference between the two???

Sorry:eek:
I think one of the things is the Auto RCD test?

Great meter! ;)

Here's a Catalogue link:

http://www.55north.com/images/Megger%20catalogue.pdf
 
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eskimo39

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Thanks for the fast reply mate. I guess that means when I am doing trip times/current, I need to walk back to the DB after every test to reset?
 
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WarrenG

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No simply set the Auto RCD test and stay at the DB till all the RCD tests are complete on all ranges. You can then go back to the meter and scroll back on the meter for readings. I really like this feature.

Also has a No Trip Loop Test.

It looks like the 1502 is missing the Auto RCD

The 1552 is missing the Bluetooth feature.

If you are seriously considering a Megger MFT, I have some better instructions on usage I can email you.

User Instructions are ok, but I do have some more straight forward Instructions available.

Warren
 
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eskimo39

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That would be great I will PM you my email address.

Thanks ever so much!!
 
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