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  1. Sparkydan
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    Sparkydan Regular EF Member

    Hi all

    Just wondering if any body out there are still using the old robin KMP testers as i have a set like new and wondered if there is any reason we can not use them anymore?
     
  2. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    asa long as they do the job and are calibrated, no problem.
     
  3. MarkieSparkie
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    MarkieSparkie Guest

    I still prefer to use my Robin 'yellow bricks' where ever possible. Providing yours are in calibration, use them, you may be surprised by their simplicity, robustness and reliability.
     
  4. Sparkydan
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    Sparkydan Regular EF Member

    Thanks lads I'll dust em off and get them calibrated, I think the only problem I had when I used them before was the loop tester tripping 6A type Bs even with the Dlink.
     
  5. The_Wanderer
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    The_Wanderer Electrician's Arms

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    I still use my KMP all in one "brick", calibrated i prefer it to the giant newer testers!
     
  6. Engineer54
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    Engineer54 Guest

    Though i have nothing against MFTs, all our official testing and commissioning is conducted using separate calibrated test equipment!! I've noticed that the electrical contractor has a couple of Fluke MFTs in the office, for ongoing and temporary work going on at the moment. I'll have to find out what models they are!!! lol!!
     
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  7. Nivag316
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    I have got 2 KMP's and a KTS 1620 that are used on a regular basis. I prefer the KTS to most modern equipment
     
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