Originally Posted by coderguy
I just gave evidence.
You gave no evidence that the accuracy of the LX1010B meter, or one like it, is worse than the manufacturer's specification.
Basically, you gave a convoluted description of your interpretation of some measurements that seemed inconsistent, then jumped to the conclusion that some meters were not as accurate as claimed. That is not evidence. It is wild conjecture.
It takes persuasive evidence to prove that a manufacturer's specification for their meter is wrong. You have not provided any evidence at all. Your claims are spreading FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt) without having any substance.
As I said, the accuracy specifications from the meter manufacturers are far more trustworthy than your unsubstantiated conjectures.
If you wish to debate this issue further, please take it to PM, or another thread. If you had linked to actual evidence, I would not have a problem with your posts in this thread. But as long as you are spreading unsubstantiated conjecture, I think it is only cluttering up this thread and causing confusion.