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    Analog Multi Tester for Voltage/Current/Resistance Measurement

    This low cost multi tester is capable of measuring AC/DC voltage, current, and resistance, offering a comprehensive solution for various electrical testing needs. The analog display provides a clear and immediate view of the measurements, reducing the risk of misinterpretation.
    SKU: SISCO-AM-MF47T
    $29.98
    This product has a minimum quantity of 5
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    📅 Delivery: 7-12 days
    Overview


    SISCO analog electrical tester ensures accurate readings with its finely calibrated needle, making it ideal for detailed diagnostic work.The sturdy case protects the internal components from impact and wear, ensuring long-term reliability and durability.

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    Manual Range Selection

    • The analog multi tester features an analog multimeter with manual range selection, allowing users to choose the appropriate range for each measurement to ensure accurate readings.
    • SISCO pointer multimeter includes a large screen display, making it easy to read measurements clearly and accurately.
    • The straightforward design and simple operation make it easy for users to take measurements without complicated setup procedures.
    • This pocket analog multimeter is capable of measuring current, voltage, and resistance, providing versatility for various electrical testing needs.
    Analog multi tester details

    Handheld Design with Rotatable Support Stand

    • The portable analog multi meter is designed for handheld use and comes with a rotatable support stand, which can be pulled out or used to prop up the device, facilitating measurements from various angles.
    • The handheld design makes it portable and convenient to carry, while the sturdy construction ensures durability for fieldwork or regular use.
    • The moving needle display allows for continuous monitoring of fluctuations, providing real-time feedback on the measurements.
    • The analog tester's ergonomic design ensures comfortable handling, and the support stand enhances stability during measurements, improving overall user experience.

    Applications

    SISCO analog multimeter is a versatile tool used in various applications, including electronics repair, electrical maintenance, car repair and laboratory testing. It measures voltage, current, and resistance, and often includes additional features such as capacitance, frequency, and temperature measurement. Its precision and multifunctionality make it essential for diagnosing and troubleshooting electrical issues in both professional and educational settings.

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    Specs
    Model SISCO-AM-MF47T
    Basic Function Range Sensitivity Accuracy
    DC Current (DAC) 0.05mA/0.5mA/5mA/50mA/500mA 0.25V ±2.5%
    10A ±5%
    AC Current (ACA) 500mA/10A 0.5V ±5%
    DC Voltage (DCV) 0.25V/1V/2 .5V/10V/50V 20kΩ ±2.5%
    250V/1000V 9kΩ
    2500V ±5%
    AC Current (ACV) 10V/50V/250V/500V/1000V/2500V
    DC Resistance (Ω) Rx1/Rx10/Rx100/Rx1k/Rx10k Center value 20 ±10%
    Special Function
    Capacitor (C uF) Cx1 Cx10 Cx100 Cx1k Cx10k
    Channel Buzzer R<50Ω
    Infrared Signal <±15°, Distance 1~30cm
    Audio Level Rx10hFE, 0-1000
    Transistor (hFE) /
    LV/LI /
    Standard Resistance /
    Self-recovery Protection /
    Dimension
    Battery specifications 2X1.5V 2#,1x9V
    Analog Multimeter Dimension 165x116x46mm
    Color Box Dimension 375x210x54mm
    Net Weight 800g


    Dimension

    Analog multi tester dimension

    FAQs

    Q1: What is an analog multimeter?
    A1: An analog multimeter is a type of electrical measuring instrument that displays readings via a moving needle over a graduated scale. It is used to measure various electrical parameters such as voltage, current, and resistance in circuits, and it operates on the principle of a moving coil galvanometer.

    Compared to digital multimeters, analog multimeters are valued for their ability to show continuous variations in readings, making them particularly useful for observing fluctuations in measurements. However, they are generally considered less accurate and harder to read due to the parallax error and the need for manual range selection.

    Q2: How do I zero the analog multimeter for resistance measurements?
    A2: To zero an analog multimeter for resistance measurements, first set the multimeter to the lowest resistance range. Touch the two probes together to create a short circuit. Adjust the zero-ohm calibration dial, usually located near the dial or on the side of the meter, until the needle points to zero on the resistance scale. This ensures accurate readings by accounting for any internal resistance in the probes and meter.

    Q3: What should I do if the needle doesn't move when taking a measurement?
    A3: If the needle doesn't move, check the following:

    • Connections: Ensure the probes are securely connected to the multimeter and making good contact with the test points.
    • Range Setting: Verify that the range setting is appropriate for the expected measurement. If the range is too high, the needle might not deflect enough to be noticeable.
    • Multimeter Functionality: Test the multimeter with a known voltage or resistance to confirm it is functioning correctly. If it still doesn’t move, the meter or the probes may be faulty and need repair or replacement.

    Tips: How to calibrate an analog multimeter?

    • Turn Off and Zero Adjustment: Turn off the multimeter and set the pointer to zero using the adjustment knob.
      Select the Measurement Type: Choose the type of measurement (voltage, current, or resistance) you want to calibrate.
    • Connect to a Known Source: Connect the multimeter to a known, accurate source (like a calibrated voltage or current source).
    • Adjust for Accuracy: Use the calibration screws on the multimeter to adjust the reading to match the known source value.
    • Check Across Ranges: Repeat the calibration process for different ranges to ensure accuracy across the entire scale.
      Final Check: Verify the calibration by measuring a few known values to ensure the multimeter is reading correctly.
    Warranty

    Thank you for buying industrial test and measurement equipment on SISCO.com, all products sold by SISCO and the partner cover a 12 months warranty, effective from the date of receiving the products.


    What is covered?

    SISCO is responsible for providing free spare parts, and free technical support to assist the customer to repair the defective products until the problem is solved.


    What is not covered?

    • Product purchased from anyone other than a SISCO store or a SISCO authorized reseller.
    • Expendable parts.
    • Routine cleaning or normal cosmetic and mechanical wear.
    • Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect.
    • Damage from use of parts other than SISCO approved.
    • Damage from use outside the product’s usage or storage parameters.
    • Damage from use of parts not sold by SISCO.
    • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
    • Damage from repair or replacement of warranted parts by a service provider other than a SISCO authorized service provider.
    • Damage caused by the application environment not meeting the product usage requirements and the failure to perform preventive maintenance.
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    Blaze | 7/7/2024 11:30 PM
    Satisfied with the Analog Multimeter
    I am very satisfied with this analog multimeter. Its simple structure makes it less susceptible to electromagnetic interference compared to digital multimeters. It is very intuitive to use, and the scale is easy to read even in low-light conditions. The only drawback is that it may require more frequent calibration compared to digital meters, but overall, it is an excellent choice for high-voltage measurements.