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Old 10-19-2017, 09:24 AM   #31
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Yeah... I just grabbed the first one in a Google search.. I have a Fluke that does a pretty good job.. But 35-40 years ago I had a Snap-on battery draw meter that you held on the battery cable to measure draw when cranking or searching for a drain.. that worked pretty good too..
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Old 10-19-2017, 11:38 AM   #32
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MerlinB I had the same initial thought. I was an adjunct faculty at a college. Conducted several courses in electricity for several years, my trusty fluke clamp on ammeter was ac only. I used my trust old Automate with a shunt for dc. It was the size of a toaster and had a dwell meter. The dwell meter wasn't for testing pondering thoughts but for setting the gap on the ignition points. Now I'm showing my age!
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