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Old 01-26-2013, 08:08 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by kobudo28 View Post
We don't use anything but Fluke in the shop for hand held DMM's, unless it is for bench top, then it is Agilent all the way. Fluke gear isn't cheap, but it works and has proven reliability.

Exactly this. Although we also use an occasional Keithly for some specialized things, the Agilent bench tops and Fluke DMM's have been flawless and resilient to lab techs doing stupid things with them.
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