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    New Fluke T6 - 1000 tester ?

    Anyone use the new T6-1000 tester with the non-contact voltage measurement ?

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    I've seen ads for this but have a question:
    To what is the voltage referenced to, ground, phase-to-phase, neutral, or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wireman View Post
    I've seen ads for this but have a question:
    To what is the voltage referenced to, ground, phase-to-phase, neutral, or what?
    Voltage is referenced to ground, or what ever the operator is standing on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davebones View Post
    Anyone use the new T6-1000 tester with the non-contact voltage measurement ?
    hm. fluke shorted the deal yet again. would have been so cool
    if it displayed watts directly. that'll be next years model, to
    sell you it all over again.

    feels like apple.

    i'd a bought one in a heartbeat if it displayed watts directly, instead of needing
    to do math..... then you could measure slope....
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