Commercial Electric Multimeter
A digital multimeter (DMM) is a test tool used to measure two or more electrical values. The digital multimeter combines the test functions of a single-tasking instrument - a voltmeter (for measuring voltage), an ammeter (amperes) and an ohmmeter (ohms). It is the standard diagnostic tool for technicians in the electrical/electronic industry.
Digital multimeters have long replaced needle-based analog meters because they can measure with higher accuracy, reliability and higher impedance. They usually include many other professional features or advanced options. Therefore, a technician with specific needs can find a model for a specific task.
Broadly speaking, digital multimeters fall into one of a few categories: general (also known as testers); standards; advanced; compact; wireless.
Our Commercial Electric Multimeter is professionally designed to solve electrical problems or just for electronic equipment training. Thanks to the blue backlight, it can also be read clearly in dark environments. After the test, the reading of the current test data can be automatically saved. It can do AC voltage measurement, resistance measurement, diode and switch measurement. It's equipped with square wave signal output. It also has a low-power prompt function and overload protection function, which is safer to use. It is driven by a 1x 9V 6F22 Battery and consumes very little. Its Display Size is 17×48mm, while the Maximum Display is up to 1999.
The face of a digital multimeter typically includes four components:
Display: Where measurement readouts can be viewed.
Buttons: For selecting various functions; the options vary by model.
Dial (or rotary switch): For selecting primary measurement values (volts, amps, ohms).
Input jacks: Where test leads are inserted.
Product Net Weight
156g (battery included)
Multimeter,Test Lead, Battery, Manual
Every application with a digital multimeter has potential safety hazards that must be considered when making electrical measurements. Before using any electrical test equipment, people should first refer to the user manual for the correct operating procedures, safety precautions and limitations.