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Offline belba

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Victor 6056B a Clamp Multimeter for 25€ (teardown)
« on: April 01, 2014, 09:47:25 am »
Hello,

in the last days I bought a Clamp Multimeter for 25€. Now I want share some impressions from this gear.

The clamp meter comes with some probes, a 9V battery, a bag, and some sheets of paper, called manual  :palm:

Sure, I was curious what I got for 25€ so I teared it down before I test it. Internally it looks a little bit like a UNI-T UT204, see also https://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/uni-t-ut204-clamp-meter-review-and-tear-down/ .

I found that internaly two ugly soldered transistor used as diodes, not the best work.  :--

As I tested the clamp meter again my Agilent U1272A I was amazed. It is very close to the Agilent.  :-+

PS: My first post in my poor english after a long long time - sorry for that!

 

Offline belba

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Re: Victor 6056B a Clamp Multimeter for 25€ (teardown)
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2014, 01:37:54 pm »
Here is a photo from the back of the mainboard - not very interesting. I have compared the clampmeter with my Agilent in a hopefully mor accurate way.

It seems the cheap clampmeter is surprisingly pretty accurate if I compare it to my 1272.

 


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