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Hi,

two questions really. i think the answer to the 1st one is no but ill ask anyway.

1. Is it possible to get a installation tester that you can use to PAT test. i know most installation testers use 100mA earth test current. thats would only be suitable for IT appliances, right?

2. has anyone got any experience of these DI-log multiunction testers

DI-LOG UK'S FIRST 17th EDITION MULTI-FUNCTION TESTER (ref:9083P) from FWB Products

Look good but concerned about straying from brands ive heard of!
 
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hi,
i dont know the answer to either question ,but what do you meen by straying,othere than the obvious if you leave it laying about.
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