Monday, January 4, 2016

Review: Meterteck Digital Multimeter

This is a review that I did not have much of a part in, but my husband - the mechanic - did. He was in charge of this one. Why? Because it was for a multimeter with a digital readout by Meterteck. That is not a device that I use regularly (if at all), but it's guaranteed that he uses it daily. As an A&P, it's pretty much required.

   That being said, this is not a multimeter for professionals. It would be perfect for your home garage where not a lot of work is done on daily basis. It is capable of performing any and all electrical diagnostic functions and it does so with good accuracy. As an added bonus, it is capable of testing resistors. It's small size is also a boon and it comes with a one-year warranty. So, SCORE!
   The bad part - the negative and positive leads have a high resistance value. It also is not protected by a fuse. If you are testing amperage and you insert the leads into the circuit incorrectly, you will blow a fuse instead of the electrical circuitry of the meter. And that is why fuse protection is important.
   This is recommended to tinkerers and amateur mechanics.
Full disclosure: I was sent this product free of charge in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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