Author Topic: Auto range speed compare after 121GW firmware update Fluke Keysight Hioki etc  (Read 138 times)

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Comparing auto range speed on resistant mode after 121GW 2.0 firmware update with Fluke 87V Keysight U1241B, Hioki DT4256, DT4282, Kyoritsu KEW1062, Yokogawa Y520.

Have not uploaded video for long time and sorry for scaring people.
Was just hectic in my life

https://youtu.be/ASaypiMD6tk
 
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121GW is still very slow , with the latest firmware there is a huge improvement but only because before was suuuper slow and  before that even much more slower , everything is relative  :D
Some people don't care but if you work with it the speed is a huge issue ...
To make a multimeter , let's say super accurate , with many features but slow as a turtle is completly useless

And it's not just the resistance mode that is slow.
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Yokogawa TY520 seemed like it was the fastest.
The Hioki DT4282 is impressive with its highest count of 60,000 and 2nd fastest speed (looked like a tie with the Hioki DT4253).

 


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