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Sierra:
Getting sick of replacing inexpensive multimeters and need to invest in something better. 

It is only used for DC applications (so true-RMS isn't of value) and needs to have the following:

1) Read and record uA

2) Datalogging either to a wired or wireless connection (PC or mac) with export to Excel. 

Have been using UNI-T UT61C meters for years and while worth their money do not last. 

Any input?

BeBuLamar:
What causes your meter to go bad?

Sierra:
I'm unsure.  Have replaced fuses and I still get inaccurate readings.

BeBuLamar:
I asked because even cheap meter would last a long time unless subjected to hostile environment like dust, water, heat, vibration etc..

bob91343:
I have an old Micronta hand held DVM that has a serial RS-232 port.  Would that help?

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