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Caveat for Buying Test Equipment on eBay

Caveat for Buying Test Equipment on eBay - RF CafeWhile looking around on eBay for a couple pieces of test equipment, I noticed that some of the overseas distributors have products wired for 220 VAC w/o an option for 120 VAC as used in the U.S. They do properly state the voltage, but just be careful because if you are not aware of it, you will need a step-up transformer or pay shipping to return it. Also, a couple of the ARB products have software that will not work on a 64-bit Windows system. If you have any questions, be sure to send a message; they are usually really good about answering quickly.

Posted  December 2012

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