Thomas Leerriem: I just wondered, what to do if you want more than 1 power on options to be activated? For example, you want the zoom-in bar graph (with center zero) and don't want the meter to auto power off after 30 minutes. So you should disable the auto power off function and activate the zoom-in bar graph. But after you activated one power on option, you need to switch off the meter to activate the second one, but you'll loose the first power on option by doing so...
Parviz Azar: thanks, was awesome
Adam Clark: Thanks Martin! I just got my 87V today! This video and part 1 helped me decide on which meter to get. It's my first "grownup" multimeter, and I'm definitely glad that I made the purchase. Your in-depth reviews are on-point. Keep it up!
PRITI RANJAN MOHAPATRA: I have a problem of "CAL ERR" in my fluke 87 series multimeter. Please say the way to solve it
Gud Dergo: I bet this guy could fix my flashlight.
kirby: Very good video with many unknown features. Good job on that one! Thanks
A Raphael: good day sir i have a fluke multimeter just as yours... when switching it on it will show f87 then show error and you cant do nothing else after that.... what do you think is the problem???
socksandtea: Excellent video and great explanations and demonstration. Thanks.
URanInTheUglyForest: Great video. After roughly 20 years, it's getting time to retire my 1st generation Fluke 87. Your video has explained the features well enough that I can see the new versus old improvements. Thanks!
aggienica: Hello, I hope someone can help me with this. At work we have a Fluke 189 and a 87V. Now, since I sometimes work with mV, I need 3 to 4 decimal points. Unfortunately, the Fluke 87V only has two decimal points. Can someone please tell me how I can add more decimal points so it can be like the 189.
Nicholas Aarons (Nick Mini): Awesome Video Dude. Keep up the great work. Nick.
THE MACKEM !!!: thank you..i didnt get mine for $99 haha....£299..but worth it..great video thanks again..
Alibek Alimbayev: I bouth mine from 2nd hand and it were CALibrated 3 times. Is it OK?
Alibek Alimbayev: Thanks! When i tested my MM F28IIEx firts value was correct 1.001 Second value a little scared me because it shows 0.3 constant, sometimes moved for a second to 0.4 Great explanation! Well done
Anthony Lopez: Great video. Hey do you think getting a 28II for $280.00 used in mint condition is a good deal? Not sure if I want to get a 28II or 85V. I currently am using a 117 so not real sure.
Jim Avila: Do you have one explaining the range function? I am measuring current with an AC clamp. When I set the Fluke to milliamp, I get a reading of 7.82 but the range is auto and shows 60 on the bottom. So is that 7.82milliamps or amps?
Clyde Str: you babble way to long !
SlyPearTree: I might be barking up the wrong tree since the video is so "old" but so is my meter. I have a second hand Fluke 87, not anything following the 87. I got it without a manual but I found one on line. Anyone know how to disable automatic power off on it? The method use in this video on the 87V does not work, I get no Poff display. The manual is not helpful unless the only way is with the MIN MAX option.
Brett West: Thanks Martin. That was very informative. I tried to check my fuses and it kept beeping "lead". Now I know how. Also,it was nice to learn how to check how many times it's been calibrated. Thanks for the help
Chingus696: Great job as always, Martin. I got a kick out of "POff... that's very polite. :)".
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