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Multimeter rentals

  • Brand
    •  Fluke
    •  AEMC
    •  Dakota
    •  Omicron
    •  Megger
    •  Manta
    •  ISA Test
    •  Keithley
    •  UEi
    •  Extech
  • Features
    •  True RMS
  • Display Digits
    •  10,000 Count
    •  3.5
    •  3.75
    •  30,000 Count
    •  40,000 Count
    •  4.5
    •  4.75
    •  40,000 Count
    •  5.5
    •  50,000 Count
    •  6,000 Count
    •  6.5
    •  60,000 Count
    •  7.5
    •  8.5
Considerations when renting or leasing a multimeter
A major consideration when choosing a mulitmeter is its level of accuracy.  There are two components to accuracy in multimeters.  First, on digital models, is the number of digits displayed.  When measuring large values you may find that a few decimal places is sufficient; however, when working with smaller values fewer decimal places equates to a larger margin of error.  The second aspect of accuracy is the margin of error built into the device.  Higher quality models will read more accurately, but this may not be a major concern for your project testing.  A KWIPPED network supplier will have a multimeter available with the right capabilities and probes for your project.
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Fluke 289 True-RMS Industrial Logging Multimeter

Now compatible with Fluke Connect™ Mobile App  The 289 is the next generation high performance industrial logging multimeter designed to solve complex problems in electronics, plant automa ...
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Fluke 287/289 Multimeter, RMS, Logging & Data Capture

Low impedance voltage function prevents false readings due to ghost voltage Unique logging and graphing capabilities mean you no longer need to download logged readings to a PC to detect a trend ...
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Extech 380193 Multimeter

Features: Simultaneous 20,000/10,000 count display of the primary parameter (L, C or R) Secondary parameter of Q (quality), D (dissipation) or R (resistance) Set Hi/Lo limits using absolute va ...
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Fluke 289 True-RMS Digital Multimeter

Fluke 289 DMM delivers breakthrough performance with a wealth of new features, ranges and accuracy that will help make your job easier. Advances over the popular Fluke 89-IV include: improved safety p ...
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Fluke 187 True-RMS Digital Multimeter

Features 0.025% basic DC accuracy 50,000-count resolution with instant readings enables detailed analyses 100 kHz ac bandwidth opens the possibilities of modern applications not possible with ...
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Keithley 487 Picoammeter

Keithley 487 Programmable Picoammeter  Designed for measurement of low currents and very high resistances Two voltage source ranges are available: 500V range and 50V range. Incorporates a ...
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Features of multimeters

A mulitmeter will have a display, a selection knob, ports, and probes.  The display will be an analog needle or a digital screen with numerical values.  The selection knob is used to choose one of the many functions of the mulitmeter.  The ports allow you to change probes for different uses.  A few examples of probe types are the following: alligator clips, IC hooks, needles, and tweezers.  Sensors can be attached to measure things like light, pH, and relative humidity.  Along with standard voltmeter, ammeter, and ohmmeter capabilities, there are a variety of other options available, such as the ability to read capacitance, conductance, decibels, frequency, or temperature.  New digital models may have to ability to work with your computer and data logging software.

How multimeters work

Multimeters use probes to either measure the current and voltage or send current through a portion of the electrical device to test the resistance.  When measuring current and voltage you need to know the amount that should be present when operation is at its optimal level; this will allow you to set the multimeter correctly and get an accurate reading.  You can test the circuit or network in multiple places and may get different readings for each.

About multimeters

Multimeters are instruments designed to measure several electrical characteristics.  The most common measurements are voltage, current, and resistance.  Multimeters are a very useful and convenient tool.  Analog and digital varieties are available.  You may prefer an analog model because it continuously takes measurements or you may prefer the technological upgrades available on digital models.  Multimeters come in a wide range of sizes from portable, hand-held models to large tabletop versions.

Multimeter Applications

  • Industry
  • Household
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Manufacturing

Multimeter Manufacturers

  • Agilent
  • Amprobe
  • Extech
  • Fluke
  • Innova
  • Mastech

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