Well they still make them.bathjobby said:Not sure what your reaction is ban ! AVOs (Amp Volts Ohms) were standard issue equipment in the armed forces (no you can't kill anyone with them) in 60's and 70's, not seen them since other than in the odd junk shop.
And there FWL shows why a Fluke is probably overkill for you, ms2004.FWL_Engineer said:I have had one banging about my tools box for the best part of 10 years, so in a rubber case they take the rough with the smooth and last for the money.
FWL_Engineer said:Ban, I said Model 70, not 170. The Model 70 measures Voltage (AC and DC with autorange or manual) Resistance, mA scale and has a bell facility. It will measure current using the appropriate Clamp atatchment.
Thank you for that.If you feel these are too many features for a Multimeter to do domestic electrical work then you need your head examined.
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