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JimboZA

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Do you think it will be accurate?


No idea... the maker's documentation should give the tolerances. My Fluke's manual says 1.5%, but then Sears isn't Fluke  8)

Roy from ITCrowd: Have you tried turning it off an on again?
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Drew Davis


JimboZA

On the stepper motor thing, yes we concluded that it wasn't one on account of just having two wires. Steppers do have more than two, because the windings kind of drag the motor round inside as the wires energise the various coils.
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Drew Davis


JimboZA

More on your meter....

It looks to me as if the lower current readings (ADC: 2000u, 20m and 200m at 2-3 o'clock) are with the middle socket, but you'll need to read the manual or at least read what it says next to the middle socket: that's obscured in the pic.
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