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Currently been looking at getting a new multimeter.If anyone has any suggestions they would be greatly appreciated!


   
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Hi Toro_kun,

my two cents: I recently bought three very nice tools: two DMM and one LCR meter.

1) Brymen 869s. very nice multimeter. It costs 25% of a Fluke and the specs/quality is very high. Super happy about it: https://brymen.eu/shop/bm869s/

2) The 121GW by Dave (EEVBlog). Excellent tool, a bit slower than the super-fast Brymen 869s but with very nice functions and data logging capabilities: https://www.eevblog.com/product/121gw/

3) DER DE-5000 LCR meter. Very good LCR meter: https://www.deree.com.tw/de-5000-lcr-meter.html

I also have a Fluke but I think that they are too expensive.

hope it helps. ciao!

Franco Maria


   
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https://northridgefix.com/product/sunshine-dt-17n-auto-range-true-rms-multimeter/
Best bang for you buck. We use it in the shop. it's an excellent multimeter for the price.


   
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I suggest having a look at second hand Flukes from eBay.

I have perfectly working second hand Fluke 25, Fluke 77-IV and Fluke 87 III I bought from eBay a few years ago each for one third the price of a new Brymen - so I believe there is a very good chance of getting a good deal on a second-hand Fluke.

If you want a brand new meter with a good specification, the Brymen's do have a good reputation.


   
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salam, sir
i want a ask, if we want check sort circuit, the multimeter beep when voltage drop is less then certain value.
is that fluke default configuration or we put the range value for making that sound. please answer? because my multimeter don't have it


   
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Alex, can you tell me Capacitance Range of it ?


   
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To throw my hat into the ring, ive got Fluke 87 that i use more when im out on the site, ive just got a Kaiweets KM601 for use in the repair lab. the capacitance range according to the manual is 9.999nF to 99.99mF


   
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