I recently had a chance to compare the POKIT versus a new Fluke 289 DVM.
Resistance values are within 1% or less.
The D.C. voltage and current readings are also with in 1% or less.
The A.C. voltage to greater than 10kHz for sine, square and triangle waveforms are also as good. And in the case of the square and triangle waveforms the POKIT actually held better than the Fluke.
This gives one a lot of confidence in using the POKIT for measurements. Throw in the ability to connect the POKIT in a hard to acess test point then sit comfortable else where within 10-15 feet and view whats going on is just more icing on the cake as they say.
And being able to quickly save, capture as well as view waveforms makes the POKIT my first choice now when ever I go to measure anything!
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