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I picked up about two dozen of these contactors from eBay, although I knew in advance that all units were 'lightly used'. I also spent $120 at Amazon for a AideTek VC480C milliohm meter. Most of the contactors measured <2 mOhm, but a few were 10-20 mOhm, and thus I labeled 'not for high current use' in my conversion projects.

I found this meter to be worth the investment, as I can also check all HV connections, jumpers, fuses, etc and minimize the chance of any failures due to poor connections.
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