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Fluke DVMs

I've got 4 Fluke DVMs for my shop, 3 8022b's, and a 8060a. I wanted to see how well they correlated with each other, so
here are some photos of how they did, measuring 1V:








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interesting the one futherest from the source read the most. did you try switching the inputs of the source around?

BTW, Flukes are amazing multimeters. I've got a nice 187, and those fuses they use are spendy...
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=D i sell fluke lol...sweet set up
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interesting the one futherest from the source read the most. did you try switching the inputs of the source around?

BTW, Flukes are amazing multimeters. I've got a nice 187, and those fuses they use are spendy...
No, the one you are talking about is the 8060a, and it has an extra digit.
The 8022b's are reading 1.001, 1.000, 1.001, and the 8060a is reading 1.0004

With the high input impedence of the meters (>10M OHM), milliohms of resistance of the test leads will not affect the measurements.
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Opps, i didn't even notice that it read four decimal places....it was a long day, lol.

Those are awesome my friend, flukes ftw!
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