Digital Multimeter 4 Digit 6000 count

Digital Multimeter 4 Digit 6000 count
Stock Number: 35525 TE
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Detailed Description

4 Digit/6000 count Pen style, True RMS digital multimeter with Auto/Manual Ranging, Flashlight & Auto Off
8 function, Backlit, .7" height LCD display.
Includes: 5ft. Ground test lead, safety aligator clip, instructions & Protective pouch.
Fuse Overload protection.
CE listed; IEC 1010 Cat-III-600V Compliant
Volts: 60.00mV,.600.0mV, 6.000V, 60.00V, 600.0V
Accuracy: .5% + 3 LS digit
Volts: 60.00mV,.600mV, 6.000V, 60.00V, 600.0V
Accuracy: 1% + 3 LS Digit
Ranges: 600.0 ohm, 6.000K, 60.00K, 600.0K, 6.000M, 60.00M
Accuracy: .5% + 3 LS Digit (1.5% +3 LSD on 60M)
Ranges: 9.999nF, 99.99nF, 999.9nF, 9.999uF, 99.99uF, 999.9uF, 9.999mF
Accuracy: 2% +5LS Digit (5% +5 LS Digit on 9.999mF
Ranges: 99.99Hz, 999.9Hz, 9.999KHz, 99.99KHz, 999.9KHz, 9.999MHz
Accuracy: .1%+2 LS Digit
Diode Test, Contunity Test, NCV (Non-Contact AC V Near field)
Requires 2 AAA Bateries (Not Included)
CE Listed
L: 8" W: 2" T: 1-1/4" WT: .6

California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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Hint: watch the video!!
Excellent product but watch the how-to video! The YELLOW button - unlike the others - is a mechanical two-position toggle switch.
Education Technology Review
Outstanding value for STEM/STEAM students!
This pen-style multimeter is a high-quality and very affordable tool for STEM/STEAM students. TRMS is just one of its many features. And while teachers among us may be more comfortable with an analog VOM and rotary switch the multi-function pushbuttons do not intimidate young students. Equally important, the user can DISABLE features such as auto-off though the details for this on page 8 of the generally excellent user manual are incorrect. Similarly, the non-contact AC sensor can be switched on or off, an annoyance with some Craftsman and other multimeters. Broadly the functions seem to be selectable by low voltage for typical Parallax/Arduino and other STEM/STEAM experimenters and high voltage household and up to 600 volts handyperson/electrician applications. The device has a replaceable internal fuse, though it is NOT clear from the instructions what one might do wrong to blow this! A guess -- Im not trying it! -- would be to use low-voltage functions on 120-volt circuits.
- Education Technology Review, NY