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|24th January 2004, 02:11 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2003
Location: Ft. Worth, TX
$2.99 DMM over at HarborFreight
Just wanted to let everyone Harbor Freight has a pretty affordable DMM. It's 2.99, plus a $6 "Handeling and processing" fee (why don't they just call it more free money fee??)
Plus a pretty small shipping fee, but they sell so much cool stuff I bought a helping hands thing, and some nuts and bolts in a bin (the nuts and bolts cause there always handy, and the bin got converted into a resistor bin )
Anyways its not the best DMM by any means, nor will it replace my Fluke, but its a nice quick-and-dirty DMM when you just need to know something is going the way you expect it to.
Heres the accuracies posted in the onwners manual
200mV - 200V +-0.5%
200V - 1000V +-0.8%
0.1uA - 2A +-1%
2A - 10A +-3%
100mV - 750V +-1.2% [45Hz-450Hz]
200K - 2000K -+1%
Anyways just spreading the word for those who don't have a DMM yet or are looking for a spare
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|24th January 2004, 02:35 AM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2002
the 30756 meter in their store in Tacoma, on sale for $2.99 battery included.....
works just fine, only thing I noticed is this thing eats batteries....
i made all king of leads for it myself with stuff from All Electronics
decent enough to get a reading!
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