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Old 1st Apr 2020, 12:03 pm   #3
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Default Re: Non-contact frequency meter

They are rather good meters, there was a need to measure LED current at work (it seems so long ago now), some chap was about to cut the wires, I stopped him and brought in the UNI-T, it measured 1000:1 current pulses as a proper RMS value, 8Hz PRF (pulse repetition frequency).

I have a UNI-T at home, when I started my new job (exactly a year ago) free reign was given to buy "ones own tool kit", I got a UNI-T as one of the first items.
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