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Old 01-26-2013, 09:14 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by 68deluxe View Post
Looks like $$$$$ for the meter and the clamp, for the price I would think you could keep the 365 and get another meter with the required resolution.
Since he said it was for work, I was recommending professional grade gear. I'd buy one personally and have done so as I'm a firm believer in the quality and reliability of the Fluke DMMs.

Although, since he said clamp, maybe he's doing DC current measurements with the hall effect probe clamp. In that case, I'd go with something a bit more spendy than the 365, such as the 376 with iLoop. We just purchased a 381 with the remote lcd for work around very high voltage DC systems and it's been a treat.
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