Personally, I have always been a Fieldpiece man.
Since my youth, many years ago, I have used Fieldpiece multi-meters on service calls. The most important question - Is Bovada legal in us? Originally it was the SC76, then the SC56, and finally the SC57. In total, not counting the Fieldpiece SC660 I have owned 4 Fieldpiece meters (2 SC76s). The bottom line is I trust them. When Fieldpiece agreed to partner with WJR I was extremely excited and could not wait to get started. I received the entire Fieldpiece Joblink platform from Fieldpiece a week ago and have been slowly been getting acquainted with the new products.
The Fieldpiece SC660
One of the products I received from Fieldpiece was the new SC660 clamp multi-meter. This meter is compatible with the wireless transmitters I currently own, as well as the Joblink platform. In fact, technicians can send info to the SC660 from another 660, the SC57, the wireless transmitters, and more! This is a tremendous asset because it allows technicians to design a wireless network of tools that serves their purpose. For example, a refrigeration technician could use the wireless handle with an ASX14 super-heat accessory head to broadcast pressure and temperature from an evaporator out to the Fieldpiece SC660 at the condenser. The
combinations are endless. Also, the meter has several functions that have never been part of my previous meters. The SC660 has dual k type temperature ports, a three phase rotation test, and a back lit selector dial. I have never had such a feature rich and versatile meter in my career of 22 years.
The Joblink platform is made of much more than the Fieldpiece SC660. In my package from Fieldpiece there is also the SDP2, the SMAN 460, and the Joblink JL2. So, as any technician can see, there is so much more fun to be had. Make sure to tune into Working Joe’s Roundtable on YouTube tomorrow at 8am to see the new Fieldpiece SC660 first look video. Also, for more information and testing videos, subscribe to Town & Country Air Pro as well!
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