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Old 06-10-2009, 11:05 PM   #21
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Both the T5 and the T+'s are CATIII rated at 600V's, but they suit their own purposes. The T5 is NOT RMS and has no backlight. The T+'s are nothing more than a glorified solenoid tester, yet electronic. They hold lesser risks than the old "wiggies". I don't particularly like the T+'s, but that's just me. I don't like the vibration mode on live readings, and it is not selectable.


These are both "testers", not DMM's. What all does he want in his new tester/DMM??????
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