Cen-tech 7 function digital multimeter

harbor freight 7 function digital multimeter

Cen-Tech Digital Multimeter, which is specifically designed for their brand. This multimeter provides digital readings for various functions, including AC/DC voltage, DC, resistance, transistor test, diode test, and battery test. The readings are displayed on a large and user-friendly LCD digital display. The multimeter also features a positive set selector switch and comes with 32-inch leads for convenient usage.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Test AC/DC voltage, DC, resistance, transistor and diode, and battery.
  • Features an easy-to-read 3-1/2-digit LCD display
  • Resolution: 1999
  • Automatic zero adjustment
  • The digital multimeter comes with a battery and two 32″ test leads
  • AC voltage: 200-750V
  • DC voltage: 200 mV–1000 mV
  • DC: 200µ-10A
  • Resistance: 200 – 2000k ohms
  • Transistor test Diode test Battery test

About harbor freight 7 function digital multimeter

Product Identifiers

  • Brand
    Centech
  • MPN
    6375963758
  • eBay Product ID (ePID)
    17021961798

Product Key Features

  • Test/Measurement Functions
    Resistance, DC Voltage, DC Current, AC Current, and AC Voltage
  • Display
    Digital

Harbor Freight 7 function digital multimeter continuity setting:

This multimeter enables us to test if an electric current is flowing through a large coil by connecting one end of a cord to one terminal and the other end to the other terminal. Once the multimeter is turned on, we can determine if the current is passing through the coil or not.


How to check continuity with a 7 function digital multimeter

To check continuity with a 7 function digital multimeter, follow these steps:

  1. Set the multimeter to continuity mode. This mode is usually denoted by a sound wave symbol or the letters “CONT” on the dial or display.
  2. Ensure that the device or circuit you want to test is disconnected from any power source.
  3. Touch the test leads of the multimeter together. You should hear a beep or see a visual indication on the display, indicating that there is continuity between the test leads.
  4. Now, take the test leads and touch them to the two points or components in the circuit that you want to check for continuity. For example, if you want to test if a wire is continuous, touch one lead to one end of the wire and the other lead to the other end.
  5. If there is continuity between the two points or components, you will hear a beep or see a visual indication on the display. This means that the circuit is complete and there are no breaks or interruptions in the path of the electrical current.

Recap 7 function digital multimeter