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Old 02-25-2005, 02:02 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally posted by DJ-CHRIS
Fluke 77 series

I got a fluke 77, cost 300$ CDN so it's a bit on the pricy side
That is very cheap compared to what I bought my 77 for about 6 years ago

Fluke makes awesome meters, but they are pricy, I agree.

For anyone into automotives, a fluke 78 has the setup to use an inductive pickup to read engine RPM through the plug wires.

Sorry everyone, that is my old automotive service side coming out. I used to be an automotive engineer prior to getting into computers.

I love cars

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