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    #11
    ANALOG ako SANWA the best!!!!

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    #12
    depende sa purpose mo. kung pang car and car electronis lang pwede na analog. pero mas maganda lang nga ang digital mas accurate. sa continuity testing lang pareho naman mabilis yan, yung digital meron tone indicator, yun naman analog kita mo agad pag palo ng needle. pag pang electronics mostly ang gamit mag digital ka na at mas accurate.

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    #13
    thanks for the replies. di naman for precision electronics and stuff; simpleng troubleshooting lang ng power supply/CRT monitors. but the low batt thing kinda bothers me though...digital na lang siguro B)

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    #14
    Pareho lang namang matibay ang analog at digital kung matino ang gawa. I used to have an old Sanwa analog, bakal pa casing. I only threw it away nung wala nang mabiling baterya (12v axial), and it was then 15 years old na. I also have a digital Fluke which is already 17 years old. Buti na lang at regular 9v battery ang gamit

    OT One reason why a digital multimeter is more accurate than an analog one is because of the inherent load it presents (or the lack of it) - high impedance siya.

    CRT's? ... Nakakatakot, hehehe.

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by badkuk
    thanks for the replies. di naman for precision electronics and stuff; simpleng troubleshooting lang ng power supply/CRT monitors. but the low batt thing kinda bothers me though...digital na lang siguro B)
    Sir, I suggest you buy this type or similar.

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by leinahtan
    Sir, I suggest you buy this type or similar.
    leinahtan, where did you get and how much is this tester?

    thanks bro.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by leinahtan
    Sir, I suggest you buy this type or similar.

    Seems to be very compact and handy...

    But the functions are very limited

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by silhouette
    leinahtan, where did you get and how much is this tester?

    thanks bro.
    I bought it in Japan. I'm not sure if it is available here, however, I think there is similar type of different brand available at Raon or other electronics shop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Psylocke
    Seems to be very compact and handy...

    But the functions are very limited
    Yes it's compact and handy. Battery is button-type. Functions are basically just for simple but precise tests. Works just fine for me.

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    #19
    kung pang bahay lang at pang car analog ok na pero mostly pag industrial digital. lalo na kung mga calibration.. mas madali mag calibrate pag digital

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    #20
    digital testers like fluke are so enjoyable to use.

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analog or digital multitester/VOM?