#3
No insult intended but it occurs to me that if you need to ask if a fluke will do the job you probably won't know what the readings mean when you do use it.
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#4
FLUKE is the gold standard of all that is multimeters.

I'd say yes.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#5
Quote by Cathbard
No insult intended but it occurs to me that if you need to ask if a fluke will do the job you probably won't know what the readings mean when you do use it.
This
#6
Quote by Cathbard
No insult intended but it occurs to me that if you need to ask if a fluke will do the job you probably won't know what the readings mean when you do use it.
Well this is a question coming from an electrician i know...hes the one who wants to know
#7
Quote by Rayne Destroyer

Fluke makes all kinds high end measuring and testing equipment. That example you linked is a bad one. What do you want to test exactly?