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Electrical Testing system.
Last Post 05 Sep 2014 11:57 PM by luke finch. 2 Replies.
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luke finch
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05 Sep 2014 01:03 AM
    I'm here from many last days but today I decide to ask a question about the electrical testing system. Actually I deal with some electrical and electronic machine, A my senior suggest me to must use testing devices because there are many benefits of these testing devices.

    so many i know any online store where I could buy a electrical tester as I want.
    Mike McGregor
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    05 Sep 2014 06:40 AM
    You will get some good deals on ebay. Personally I love a Fluke multimeter. But now and again a clamp meter is useful for measuring current without connecting a multimeter is series. Some cheap multimeters include transistor testers. You will almost certainly never use this facility.
    Megger insulation testers are useful and cannot be adequately replaced by a multimeter. Just be careful what you connect a megger to, as PLCs and frequency drives can be damaged by a megger.
    luke finch
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    05 Sep 2014 11:57 PM
    Thanks Mike for suggesting me to go on the ebay.....I also visited there and I think ebay offer the same item in the high price what you say........ ?

    I think you are right I should buy.
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