Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 13:00:14

Author: William Maddox

Subject: Re: in need of some good multimeters

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From: WC Maddox

I hope the self-resetting fuse (circuit breaker?) works better than this:

Power Balance - Another combination of physics and finance. Power
Balance is available in card form or as a wrist band. Try this web site
first: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8e6DnNARz60

Think torque and the R in RxF.

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On 6/16/2010 12:32 PM, Paul Nord wrote:
>
>
> If that little graphic were readable, you would see that it's just
> below the 0-250 mA connector and it reads as follows:
> 250VMAX
> *SELF-RESETTING*
> *FUSE*
> 400mA MAX
>
> Behold, the hold grail of student multimeters.
>
> DM6450 @ $51.99 each from toolup.com
>
> Sadly, the 6400 does not have this feature.
>
>


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From: WC Maddox

I hope the self-resetting fuse (circuit breaker?) works better than
this:








Power Balance - Another combination of physics and
finance.
Power Balance is available in card form or as a wrist band. Try this
web site
first: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8e6DnNARz60
Think torque and the R in RxF.

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On 6/16/2010 12:32 PM, Paul Nord wrote:



If that little graphic were readable, you would see that it's
just below the 0-250 mA connector and it reads as follows:
250VMAX
SELF-RESETTING
FUSE
400mA MAX



Behold, the hold grail of student multimeters.


DM6450 @ $51.99 each from toolup.com


Sadly, the 6400 does not have this feature.










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