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Old 01-22-2019, 09:00 AM   #26
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Default Re: What do you think about this meter Feedback need

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Originally Posted by stj View Post
no, not logging.
if you put a standard meter on a car supply, it will say 12-14v
but if you put a meter with a waveform display you can see if the alternator is failing because you can see the dips between the 3 phases.

dc is not always a flat-line, even if you want it to be!

btw, i have a 22000count meter with a serial port - it's not the same thing.
This meter's waveform has 20KHZ bandwidth limitation. that means you cannot detect any high frequency noises it is good for low-frequency equipment like audio devices repair only. not even for switching power supply.

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