If you had known how to use a multimeter decades ago, you could have become an electronics engineer or technician. However, common measuring instruments known as digital multimeters should be in every manufacturer’s toolbox. The multimeter is ideal for determining the operating conditions of most devices. Multimeters are available in digital or analog models. The DMM will display the measurements in numbers. An analog multimeter represents a value with a measuring pointer.
Have you ever wondered why the lights don’t turn on?
If the light bulb is not bad, can the light bulb be good? Bad candles? Here is a simple example of how a digital multimeter can work best. The best multimeter for electronics is the resistance function, or “infinite” test. To avoid electric shock, it is important not to use the continuous test function on any device with constant voltage. Always make sure that the device is not connected to any power source.
Now the power is off, set the multimeter dial to ohms.
Connect two test leads (one red “positive” and one black “negative”). The ohmmeter shows zero resistance. When there is zero resistance, you have continuity. A reading of zero indicates that the circuit is closed and the circuit may interrupt the current. Now, for a simple preliminary test, pull the regular light bulb out of the socket.
Touch one probe under the lamp and the other probe on the threaded side of the lamp socket. If you read continuity or zero resistance, the bulb will be clean. If the multimeter does not show continuity, then the inner fiber of the bulb is broken (current cannot pass through it).
The same can be checked at both ends of the common cable.
If the meter does not show continuity, the chain may break and the stem may be sheared. Remember, never test the integrity of any cable or device while the power is on. Always turn off any power or current source first.
Place a test probe on each side of the switch (electrode) to test the switch. When the switch is off, the multimeter reading should go from zero to infinity. Otherwise, the key will not work properly. Touch the test probe to each shaft to test the motor. Again, zero readings indicate that the motor has continuity, current can flow, and the motor has torque.
After carefully reading the instructions for the digital multimeter, you can proceed to more detailed electrical testing. The multimeter can measure alternating current (alternating current or local current) or direct current (direct current or battery current) in direct current. It can also check the voltage. The multimeter can test 120V AC in the local circuit or see if the DC battery is low or fully charged.
Take the time to learn how to properly use a basic multimeter.
If you ever want to check the cause of your daily eating problem, you will be happy. Digital multi-format device for measuring voltage, resistance and voltage. The multimeter has a rotary switch, a digital LCD display, and three connectors for connecting sensor wires. The lead test plug must be placed in the correct socket for general use. In the meantime, this article will give you some tips to help you combine the leads in a DMM. So see the tips below.
First you need to turn on the multimeter needle so that its yellow or white indicator indicates the “off” position of the scale.
The second thing you need to do is prepare the tracks.
If you want to measure resistance, voltage, or current less than 10 amps, you must connect the red and black angled terminals. All you have to do is press them into the socket until they lock into place. You should know that the red wire in the socket is called “V ma” and the black wire in the socket is called “COMM” (i.e. ground). If you want to measure current of 10 amps or more, plug the black wire into the “COMM” jack, but remember to plug the red wire into the outlet marked “10A”.