- Apr 29, 2017
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And that says it all. Have you ever worked in an R&D lab? From the sounds of it, you're mostly a HAM radio operator, you bought a nice Fluke bench meter a long time ago and have never had it checked since. BTW, Ace, no one much cares about super accurate ohmage reading anyway as most resistors are in the tens of ohms or HIGHER, most gear is rated on its VDC accuracy primarily, then its VAC accuracy secondarily, crest factor and freq range included, and as you can see, the 867 is rated as a maximum deviation full scale within the temp rage as being 0.025% or better. And what is 0.025% of 320.00 mV (0.32 VDC)?Anyway, in the last 56 years I've been involved in this field, primarily analog & RF, I've never heard that term applied to anything outside the Bureau of Standards.
That's 0.00008 volts!
That is Fluke saying the meter will be + / - within that range under any operating conditions it is rated for, OR BETTER. I bet your Fluke bench meter isn't much better than that!
You really want to try to claim that's not good enough to use in a company's electronics test and development lab, Honey? How many R&D labs did you work in again?
I'M ALL FUCKING EARS, SWEET-CHEEKS.