Mini Digital Multi-Meters

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A mini digital multi meter is a compact and portable electronic measuring instrument that combines several essential measurement functions into a single device. It typically includes features such as voltage measurement, current measurement, resistance measurement, and often additional functions like diode testing and continuity checking. The “mini” designation implies that it is smaller in size compared to standard multi meters, making it convenient for use in tight spaces or for on-the-go applications. The “digital” aspect indicates that it displays measurements using a digital numerical readout, offering accuracy and ease of reading compared to analog meters. These devices are commonly used by technicians, hobbyists, and professionals to troubleshoot, test, and measure electrical parameters in various applications.


1. Low Battery Indication
2. Overload Protection
3. 3-1/2 Digit Lcd , Maximum Reading
4. Safety Grade: 600V Catii
5. Packed By Blister Card.



  1. voltage Measurement:
    • Checking the voltage of electrical circuits, outlets, batteries, and electronic components.
  2. Current Measurement:
    • Measuring the current flowing through a circuit or component to assess electrical performance.
  3. Resistance Measurement:
    • Testing the resistance of resistors, components, and circuits to ensure they meet specifications.
  4. Continuity Testing:
    • Verifying the continuity of electrical paths, ensuring there are no breaks or open circuits.
  5. Diode Testing:
    • Testing semiconductor diodes to check their forward and reverse bias characteristics.
  6. Capacitance Measurement:
    • Assessing the capacitance of capacitors to ensure proper functioning in electronic circuits.
  7. Temperature Measurement:
    • Some mini digital multi meters come with a temperature measurement feature, useful in various applications.
  8. Troubleshooting Electronics:
    • Identifying faults, short circuits, or open circuits in electronic devices and circuits.
  9. Automotive Applications:
    • Checking the voltage and continuity in car batteries, testing fuses, and diagnosing electrical issues in vehicles.
  10. Household Electrical Work:
    • Assisting in basic electrical tasks like checking outlets, light switches, and electrical appliances.
  11. Educational and Hobbyist Use:
    • Learning and experimenting with electronics, understanding basic electrical principles, and building and testing circuits.
  12. Safety Checks:
    • Verifying that electrical equipment and circuits are safe by checking for proper voltage levels and ensuring there are no electrical faults.
  13. Data Logging:
    • Some advanced mini digital multi meters may have data logging capabilities, allowing users to record and analyze measurements over time.
  14. Portable and On-the-Go Applications:
    • Due to their compact size, mini digital multi meters are ideal for fieldwork, allowing technicians and engineers to carry them easily for quick measurements on-site.
SKU: AHS42396 Category:

Safety Measures and precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Before using the multi meter, thoroughly read and understand the user manual provided by the manufacturer. Familiarize yourself with the specific features, functions, and safety instructions.
  2. Check the Condition of the Multi meter:
    • Inspect the multi meter for any visible damage, exposed wires, or cracked casing. Do not use a damaged multi meter, and if you find any issues, have it repaired or replaced.
  3. Verify the Function Selector Switch:
    • Ensure that the function selector switch is set to the correct measurement mode (e.g., voltage, current, resistance) before connecting the multi meter to a circuit. Using the wrong setting can lead to inaccurate readings or damage the meter.
  4. Check the Test Leads:
    • Examine the test leads for any signs of wear, fraying, or exposed metal. Replace damaged leads before using the multi meter.
  5. Use the Proper Range:
    • Select the appropriate measurement range for the parameter you are testing. Using the wrong range can result in inaccurate readings or damage to the multi meter.
  6. Turn Off Power:
    • Before connecting the multi meter to a circuit, ensure that the power to the circuit is turned off. This helps prevent electrical shock and damage to the multi meter.
  7. Start with the Highest Range:
    • When unsure of the expected measurement value, start with the highest range and progressively switch to lower ranges. This minimizes the risk of overloading the meter.
  8. Respect Voltage Limits:
    • Be aware of the voltage limits of the multi meter and do not exceed them. Using a multi meter beyond its voltage rating can pose a safety hazard and damage the meter.
  9. Isolate Circuits:
    • When measuring current, disconnect the circuit and insert the multi meter in series. Avoid creating short circuits, and always follow proper procedures for current measurements.
  10. Be Cautious with High Energy Systems:
    • Exercise extra caution when working with high-energy systems or circuits. In such cases, consider using specialized equipment designed for high-energy measurements.
  11. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Depending on the specific work environment, consider using appropriate PPE such as safety glasses or gloves to protect against potential hazards.
  12. Avoid Moisture and Extreme Conditions:
    • Keep the multi meter and its accessories away from moisture, extreme temperatures, and harsh environments. Moisture can damage the internal components and compromise safety.
  13. Calibration and Maintenance:
    • Regularly calibrate the multi meter as per the manufacturer’s recommendations and perform any necessary maintenance to ensure accurate and safe measurements.


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