Date: Mon Oct 6 16:36:56 2008

Author: chuck britton

Subject: Re: in need of some good multimeters

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Can you give us an example of manufacturers using 'non-standard' fuses?

The great thing about standards is that we have so many to choose
among ;-)
It is becoming more and more common to find the EU standards pushing
the old US standards aside - and for good reason.
EU = metric and MUCH more globally accepted.

On Oct 6, 2008, at Oct 6(Mon) 12:06 , J. Terrence Klopcic wrote:

> And while you're at it, how about insisting that the manufacturers
> use standard, available-at-RadioShack-for-under-a-buck fuses,
> instead of the buy-them-from-the-manufacturer-at-half-the-cost-of-
> the-meter rare jobbies that we find in some multimeters.
>
> Terry
>
> J. Terrence Klopcic, PhD
> Director of Laboratories
> Departments of Physics and Mathematics
> Kenyon College


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