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Very Nice Portable Oscilloscope/DMM on Ebay 50% OFF

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by Derek Rothfus, Aug 12, 2016.

  1. Derek Rothfus

    Derek Rothfus

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  2. hevans1944

    hevans1944 Hop - AC8NS

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    That looks like a bargain if it holds up in the field. I knew a mechanical engineer who had a Fluke meter similar to this one, but it was waaaay out of my price range. He used his for installing and troubleshooting electro-hydraulic servo systems. Quite handy to have something like this in your tool bag when duty calls...
     
  3. Derek Rothfus

    Derek Rothfus

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    Oh definitely! I have one for my job since I'm a field tech and they are key for us.
     
  4. hevans1944

    hevans1944 Hop - AC8NS

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    I have been a "bag dragger" for much of my career, starting with a little green flight-line bag during my Air Force tour of duty, later "graduating" to fiberglass-cased tool sets that survive airport baggage manglers. When I eventually found a nice "office job" with adjacent laboratory, I "graduated" further to a Craftsman roll-about tool box. Now, semi-retired, I am back to "playing" on a workbench in my basement. I have lots of meters and oscilloscopes accumulated over the past fifty years or so, but I think my favorite is gonna be the Hantek DSO5202P 200 MHz dual-channel digital storage oscilloscope I purchased a few months ago from CircuitSpecialists.
     
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