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Hi guys,

Im just about to purchase a new all ine one tester, anyone have any ideas on the best one to purchase?

looking @ fluke but not sure.

Please advise
 
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acat

The tester that gets the most votes here tends to be the meg 1552 having said that its really down to personal choice to what suits you the best. If you can try and use the fluke and the megger. I personally have the 1552.

Hope that helps


Chris
 
M

MTI

i can get a 1552 nearly new for about £220. just found out after buying my fluke-also the knees!
 
T

TPES

Hi guys,

Im just about to purchase a new all ine one tester, anyone have any ideas on the best one to purchase?

looking @ fluke but not sure.

Please advise

I hear of more people un-happy with fluke MFT's, For value and for doing all the tests you'll need.. go with the Megger 1552..
 
S

sivoodoo

I have the megger MFT 1553, its the one with bluetooth, a really good bit of kit, very solid and robust, made in Uk too.
Though to be honnest Ive never used the bluethooth, I cant justify the cost of the software!
 
V

V

i have the 1552
doing 2391
would like to know if its worth getting 1553
 
B

billybob

Another vote for the 1552.Works well and straightforward to use.
 
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