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Tektronix TX3 Multimeter Review

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tyblu:

--- Quote from: saturation on November 22, 2010, 05:35:33 pm ---Your brother wasn't kidding about how this DMMs fair in field work, they are great accuracy meters but it could have lost to Fluke in the ruggedness arena:
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Cripes -- I know that look! That has been run over by a vehicle. Happened to mine!

FreeThinker:
Just one question, Did your brother know you were taking his meter apart? :o  ;D

BillGeo:
Hey,

I just found and bought the TX1 on E-Bay...

Got it for 130$ plus shipping.



Yes, it doesn't come with the original leads or the blue rubber holster.
But I'll be keeping it on the bench most of the time.
And I'm planing on buying a Fluke 177 (or the Amprobe 37XR-A if budget is tight) for outdoors work.\

SO? Do you think its a good deal?

mzacharias:

--- Quote from: FreeThinker on December 27, 2010, 12:33:02 pm ---Just one question, Did your brother know you were taking his meter apart? :o  ;D

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Depends on whether you believe in a hereafter, I suppose, as he left me that and a couple other pieces when he died. But yes, he knew I was doing multimeter reviews, he just had other things on his mind what with the liver cancer and all...

But stand by; I have some new information on the TX3 and it also relates to the Gossen Metrahit Xtra!

mzacharias:

--- Quote from: BillGeo on December 27, 2010, 03:56:22 pm ---Hey,

I just found and bought the TX1 on E-Bay...

Got it for 130$ plus shipping.

Yes, it doesn't come with the original leads or the blue rubber holster.
But I'll be keeping it on the bench most of the time.
And I'm planing on buying a Fluke 177 (or the Amprobe 37XR-A if budget is tight) for outdoors work.\

SO? Do you think its a good deal?

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Seen a TX3 go for $66.00 US the other day, but that's life on eBay. I'm quite sure you'll be happy with the TX1.

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