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Andy Peters
03/27/12 11:28
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Tucson, Az
USA


 
#186910 - asking a lot
Responding to: Richard Erlacher's previous message
A Fluke 179 will do the voltage range, the frequency measurement and the higher end of the current measurement (it goes down to 10 uA), as well as capacitance measurement.

You won't see 2 milliohm resistance measurements in a two-wire meter, and I haven't see a four-wire handheld meter.

If you want BJT test with a standard socket (whatever that means), I haven't seen anything other than diode test modes on a handheld meter. Then again, I haven't seen a transistor with leads in ages, either.

-a

List of 11 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Portable "multimeter" ??      Richard Erlacher      03/27/12 10:47      
   asking a lot      Andy Peters      03/27/12 11:28      
      I'm willing to compromise ... as always      Richard Erlacher      03/27/12 12:40      
         USB microscope or macro-capable web cam      Per Westermark      03/27/12 12:53      
            Let me ask you this ...      Richard Erlacher      03/27/12 20:42      
               Quotes - or start remembering your own posts      Per Westermark      03/28/12 05:19      
                  I still don't get it ...How would that help?      Richard Erlacher      03/28/12 08:56      
                     Size matters      Per Westermark      03/28/12 09:48      
                        I know about that, but it's not relevant.      Richard Erlacher      03/28/12 15:28      
   Interesting wish list        Jim Granville      03/27/12 15:08      
      It's missing one thing ... for sure ...      Richard Erlacher      03/27/12 20:52      

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