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Old Yesterday, 9:38 pm   #1
Bazz4CQJ
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Default Valuation; Avo 100A transformer

Sitting deep within my junk box for some time is this transformer which I think enables you to measure up to 100A AC on the 100mA range of your Avo7. Can anyone tell me whether or not this is an object of any great value; I'm not sure many will want to use it but it may be collectable?

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Old Yesterday, 11:02 pm   #2
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Default Re: Valuation; Avo 100A transformer

Value sufficiently low to justify hanging onto it.. They don't really shift on selling websites, possibly everyone who wants them has them. (or the seller is highly optimistic of the 'value') I saw a rare one rated for the precision avometer for sale recently, but didn't buy it as i knew i would never use it.

I confined myself to getting a set for the Model 40 series just in case...still haven't used it but it does show continuity.

God bless clamp meters. you don't have to concentrate quite so much!

I would think someone on here would be likely to want to buy yours.

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Default Re: Valuation; Avo 100A transformer

Sorry, i didn't actually answer the question:

IMHO the 50 people are too optimistic. Maybe just under half that for a smart one with nickel plating? Very difficult to say.

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