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RustyCas

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Has anyone ever used an Adash meter, other than just a demo unit? Anyone ever use one for routine (route) data collection? Not trying to start a discussion (in this category), just trying to find someone who’s used one.
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Yes I used the first generation extensively in a rolling stainless steelmill..... Working to get the current now....
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I would very much appreciate any user experience with the new VA5 Pro analyzer. It seems fantastic and my No.1 choice for the future.....but I would wait for some user feedback, I didn't get any feedback from previous VA4 Pro so that is one negative fact about making decision.
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Rusty, I have used a bit the A4900 and VA4 Pro devices.
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I use A4300 VA3 Pro about six months now
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Customer of mine has a vibrioM 4900 Fixed fmax and LOR but a nice little meter that can do small routes 300 machines? with free software.
It takes lovely clean looking data. I was with them a few weeks back and saw some of the readings.
The screen is small but for €3k you have a small program set up. Also has a strobe and ir temp sensor built-in.
https://adash.com/documents/A4900/Adash-A4900-Vibrio-M-guia-de-bolsillo-esp.pdf
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Vendor,

You can buy them from me.
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