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colin1956

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I am thinking of upgrading my 3 individual testers for one Multifunction Tester. Which one would you recommend I have my eye on a Megger MFT1553 Multifunction Tester looks quite good.
 
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Cirrus

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I have used that one a few times and it's good. I use a Fluke now (forget model no) but prefer Megger
 
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DanBrown

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My advice would be a fluke 1653 tester. It does all the tests needed fast and accuratly. I little complex at first getting to know how to use it fully, but once your over that herdle, it's a stunning tester.
 
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I'm with DB, Fluke 1653...never had any problems with mine.
 
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