Thanks I should have read that before posting..
Let me start over.
I am going to be installing audio and alarms.
I know there is no "one size fits all" just looking for some advice.
I was looking at the 337 Clamp Meter and from what I've read:
Clamp = measures amps
Test Leads = resistance, continuity, voltage
So basically does everything I need besides testing diodes.
My question is for anyone that owns the 337.
Do you use this meter in place of a DMM like the Fluke 87? Or do you find yourself grabbing your DMM for most applications, and using the 337 for clamping only.
I know I could also just buy a 87 and then buy the i410 and i1010 for clamping purposes..
Any input is greatly appreciated.