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T4P:
http://www.tes-meter.com/p901.htm

Most impressive meter i have seen in a while (The picture is a bit wrong, the 901 doesn't have data logging)
What do you think of it?

Oracle:
not bad, dual channel.... but how you can measure with this thing?

then, should be awesome if the meter could be a watt meter or could measure the power factor....

anyway, it's a bit impressive, how much is it? 

T4P:
Made in taiwan and costs roughly around 150 odd USD. Not bad for a 0.02% +-3Digits DC accuracy meter with data logging

Amarbir[Lynx-India]:

--- Quote from: T4P on September 10, 2012, 02:12:24 pm ---http://www.tes-meter.com/p901.htm

Most impressive meter i have seen in a while (The picture is a bit wrong, the 901 doesn't have data logging)
What do you think of it?

--- End quote ---

Sir ,
    I Had a TES Analog Multimeter Many Years Ago ,That Was One Meter i Could Die For So Nice Needle Movement Woow .I Do Say TES Makes Good Stuff Sir

LaurenceW:
OK, dual channel is useful, one to measure amps while the other measures volts, BUT you are stuck with a common negative, which could be an issue.  It doesn't appear to take advantage of "knowing" two readings, such as volt x amps = power, so TBH I am struggling to see how it scores over two discreet meters. Good resolution though (but that is quite common, these days), and true RMS.

Do they do them in bright colours, by any chance? 8)

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