The meter includes all functions and ranges needed for most introductory lab work.
- 10 amp range
- Backlit display with 25 mm digits
- Soft rubber boot for drop protection
- Built-in tilt stand
- Type K thermometer built in for surface or air measurements
- Auto power off saves battery life
|DC Voltage||0.1 mV to 600 V with ±0.5% accuracy|
|AC Voltage||1 mV to 600 V with ±0.3% accuracy|
|DC Current||0.1 μA to 10 A|
|AC Current||0.1 mA to 10 A|
|Resistance||0.1 Ω to 20 MΩ|
|Additional Functions||Input fuse protection, audible and visible misconnection signals, data hold freezes display reading|
|Display||3-1/2 digit display with 25 mm digits, polarity indication, low battery indication|
|Power||9 V battery (included)|
Perform the following experiments and more with the Basic Digital Multimeter.
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Students use a DC power supply and semi-conductive paper to create dipole and parallel plate electrodes, and then use the principles of electric fields and electric potential energy to determine the shape and direction of the...
In this lab, students use a digital capacitance meter and construct capacitors from aluminum foil and paper to determine how physical properties of a parallel-plate capacitor affect its ability to store electric charge.
In this lab, students will use a capacitance meter to measure the equivalent capacitance in simple series and parallel circuits. Then, they'll determine the equivalent capacitance of capacitors connected in series and parallel.
In this lab, students use a DC power supply and semi-conductive paper to create dipole and parallel plate electrodes. Then they use the principles of electric fields and electric potential energy to determine the shape and direction...