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- ItemDigital Multimeter
- Multimeter StyleFull Size
- Max. AC Volts600
- Max. DC Volts600
- Max. AC Amps10
- Max. Ohms20 megaohm
- Basic DC Accuracy+/-0.5%
- Battery Type9V Alkaline
- Safety RatingCAT III 600V
- Audible ContinuityYes
- AC ResponseAverage
- Temp. Range-4 to 1400 Degrees F (-20 to 760 Degrees C)
- Special Features1.5V and 9V Battery Test Under Load
- Diode TestYes
- Auto Power OffYes
- IncludesBattery, Type K Bead Wire Probe, Test Leads, Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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Kids blow the fuses no matter what we do.
This would be when measuring say 260 ma on the 200 ma scale max. OK, sometimes, they are measuring several amps on the 200ma scale. Yes, we can and do switch to the 10 A scale, but often it is too late. We don't want to do it all the time on the 10A scale due to resolution loss and they need practice using different scales. We work mostly with low DC voltages (< 40V) and currents (< 10A)
1. How easy or hard is it to change fuses on the Amprobe AM-510 and the Extech MN15A ?
2. Is there a MM that you would recommend?
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Could you recommend an inexpensive one that will work for this need?
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