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Products Featured in this Video:

Digital Multimeter – Basic: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12966

USB Digital Multimeter – Auto-Ranging (RS232 Output): https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12967

Mooshimeter: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13843

Multimeter Probes – Needle Tipped: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12078

Multimeter Probes – Tweezers: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11060

Digital multimeters are indispensable tools that allow you to analyze circuits and diagnose problems in your electrical design. Basic models are capable of measuring voltage, current, and resistance. In this video, Shawn demonstrates the various features of a multimeter and how to appropriately take measurements in your circuits.

Tutorial: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/…

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The Best Multimeter Tutorial in The World (How to use & Experiments)

Dan The Technology Man

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This video compares a 10 dollar to a 170 dollar multimeter and shows the average person how to use the voltage, current, resistance, continuity, diode and battery options. I also cover safety concerns and run all tests simultaneous with both multimeters. 

I cover:

Difference between 3 and 4  probe options on a multimeter

Tests include:

Voltage of Battery (DC)

Voltage of Outlet (AC)

— discover something interesting  in one of my outlets

— discover a SERIOUS hazard with the 10 dollar meter

Current of a toaster (LIVE)

Resistor test

Metal tape test?

Probing a circuit board

Discovering schematic of a Emergency  4-prong switch

Conductivity of water & salt (an electrolyte)

Light bulb test (Same as a fuse test)

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