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Okay then, another brain picking.......

What combined tester is most suitable for domestic work? I want something easy to use and reliable. (I was going to add "Cheap", but thats taking it too far, I know)

Any thoughts chaps?

Randyrat:D
 
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wayne

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are you looking for "AVO" meter or just continuity and voltage ?
 
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MacSparky

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I use the Fluke 1652 which i have found very simple to use, and i class my self as a novice as far as testing goes. Ramp test feature and Auto RCD test are nice functions too. On the whole very pleased.:D
 
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wayne

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oh we're talking about Test instruments again
 
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randyrat

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Ooopss...sorry Wayne, maybe I should have looked through the postings first....plenty info already i see.....
Randyrat
 
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wayne

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no problem unlike the metrel i mentioned earlier!!
 
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EasyFox

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I have the Fluke 1653 nice & easy to use, never had any problems with it , you will get the Fluke haters waffling on about croc clips but I've never had a problem with them.
Also used the megger 1502 again soooooooooo easy to use.
 
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randyrat

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Megger 1502......? I heard the fluke was the one to go for, but it isn't half expensive, isnt it?
Randyrat
 
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randyrat

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Already on it......
cheers anyway...
randyrat
 
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