We run a bunch of 90VDC motors at my work as well. Good motors, but I'm not a fan of brushes and carbon buildup.Fluke True RMS.
We use these at work. We have a lot of 90V equipment and the law states a person must be licensed to work on 90+ voltage so we actually set them all at 89 volts so we don't have to have some many licensed technicians.
Hence we use True RMS volt meters to validate the voltage set at 89 volts. Otherwise I see no real need for a TRUE RMS meter for the home mechanic. Notice mine still has the plastic film over the display. All my shit looks brand new years later. I am a fanatic about that.
This servo eliminator will be plug and play using the existing connectors on off the servo motor itself.
removing the servo is more of a space saving..Why not just leave the servo motor plugged in? I removed my butterfly valve.....long ago and left the servo motor plugged in as to not recieve the FI light.....It doesn't really weigh very much at all.