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    Testers

    Knowing all offered are probably good, I would like to know a allaround good battery tester. Talking about a field tester that will provide a load maybe to check internal battery on the plane and the transmitter. Now I know the radio has a meter on it but thinking maybe battery is going down a little fast. Anyway a nose pointed in the correct direction would work. I have a volt ohm meter but it does not apply a load. Thanks and once more will be watching. gphil

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    RE: Testers

    Go onto Horizon Hobbies web site and look at there items, I have been very happy with all there equipment. I use the high end tach, TNC but I have tested it against several of the Volt Meter/Tach that Horizon sells and so far I haven't found a bad tach in the bunch. May as well get a two in one meter, both volt and tach. It will be with you for a lot of years.
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    RE: Testers

    an expanded scale volt meter or Hangar 9 makes a volt meter with selectable load .5, 1 and 2 amp

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    RE: Testers

    Put a 33 ohm 2 watt resistor in paralle with your meter
    can,t pos pic? how to


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