Reviews

Kyoritsu

Posted by on March 1, 2019
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In the $1,000¬†– $2,000 range today we will review the Kyoritsu 6201A. This is a small compact little unit with a detachable lid that neatly slides under the unit when in use and when it’s time to pack up the lid slides back on to protect the display. A basic user-friendly tester with some nice features for around $1,300; this PAT has been around for a long time. Results are displayed via a green or

Metrel DeltaPAT MI3309

Posted by on February 22, 2019
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In the $1,000 – $2,000 range today, we review the DeltaPAT from Metrel. This is going to be an interesting review on a very popular handheld PAT. As the other reviews I’ve read on this are all from those selling the DeltaPAT, we’ll examine the good and the bad and see what happens. The unit is supplied in a soft case with all the standard accessories, though it must be removed from this case when

Aegis Patrol

Posted by on February 22, 2019
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In the $1,000 – $2,000 range we review the Aegis Patrol and the Patrol Pro. Both these PATs are available for little more than $1,000, so the price is nice but let’s see what you get for your money! First of all it comes in a great Pelican style case and is small and lightweight. Operationally it’s very very simple to use, a pass or fail is displayed very clearly with either a series of

Seaward 3760DL

Posted by on February 22, 2019
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Today we review another popular tester in the $1,000 – $2,000 range, this being the Seaward 3760DL. This is a totally new revamp of the old original Seaward 3760, which at the time was a very good tester, there are many of the original Seaward 3760 still in service today. This unit, depending on where you buy it, sits around the $1,000¬†mark, so price wise it’s very attractive. It comes in a “always unzip wrong

Megger 150R

Posted by on February 22, 2019
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In the $1,000 – $2,000 range today we review the Megger 150R. Available on the market from around $1,500 this unit is a big brand PAT, but how does it compare? It’s small, light weight, can be battery powered (needs mains power for leakage testing), has a nice case with a fold back protective lid and dome rubberising of the case. It can be a little complicated for new users especially when trying to do