Amprobe 34XR-A Prof DMM True RMS with Temperature & Backlight
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- Frequency to 40 MHz, Temperature to 1832 F, Capacitance to 4000 microF
- Input warning tone when Test Leads are in the wrong jack
- 1000V/750V DC/AC
- 10 Amps AC/DC, fully safety fused
- Resistance to 40Mohm.
|Style Name||34XR-A: TRMS DMM w/Temp + Backlight|
|UPC||095969365383 , 094712965061|
|Additional Features||Automatic, positive implied, negative polarity indication|
|Display||Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with a maximum reading of 1999|
|EAN||0095969365383 , 0094712965061 , 5053485895406|
|Item Weight||1.74 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Three Year Warranty|
|Measurement Accuracy||+/- 5 C|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||155 mm|
|Overall Length||32 mm|
|Overall Width||72 mm|
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- Backlight, True-rms with component and logic test.
- Inductance to 40 H, frequency to 40 MHz, capacitance to 400 μF, logic to 20 MHz.
- Input warning tone when test leads are in wrong jack.
- 10 Amps AC/DC, fully safety fused.
- Continuity beeper
- Min/max, average, relative, peak, and data hold.
- Auto power off to save battery life.
- Separate door for easy battery and fuse access.
- Magne-Grip Holster with magnetic hanging strap.
- Autoranging; display: 4-3/4 digit LCD, 10,000 counts with 41-segment analog bar graph.
- Display Update Rate: 2/sec, nominal.
- Power Battery: 9 V NEDA 1604, JIS 006P, IEC 6F22.
- Operating temperature: 0 °C to 45 °C at < 70 % R.H.
37XR-A True RMS Digital Multimeter with Component Logic Test
Feature packed, rugged and reliable
The Amprobe 37XR-A Digital Multimeter is a feature packed, rugged and reliable multimeter. It displays true-rms measurement on a low-light backlit LCD screen. Component and logic testing is used for troubleshooting electronics at the bench or on the job site. This multimeter features auto and manual ranging for measuring current, voltage, resistance, capacitance, frequency, inductance, duty cycles, logic states, and dBm function.
The meter comes with a set of detachable test leads with two alligator clips for measuring measure alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) to 10 amp, AC voltage to 750 volts (V), DC voltage to 1,000V, resistance to 40 megaohms, capacitance to 400 microfarads, frequency to 10 megahertz (MHz), inductance to 40 henrys (H), duty cycles to 90%, and power to 50 decibels relative to miliwatts (dBm).
It meets International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) safety standard 61010 and is certified for category II installations up to 1,000V (which covers large household appliances and devices connected to a fixed power supply, such as refrigerators and air conditioners), and category III installations up to 600V (which covers items used with enclosed building circuit installations, such as service panel parts, branch circuits, and fixed installations that are connected directly to a building's AC power supply). The meter comes with a magnetic strap that can be used to hang the meter on metal doors or fixtures.
The meter offers two ranging modes, auto or manual. When turned on, the meter is in auto-ranging mode and automatically selects the correct operating range for the measurement being taken. It can be switched to manual-ranging mode for applications where an instantaneous meter response is needed. True-rms sensing provides accurate reading when measuring both linear and non-linear loads.
The logic test reports the logic state of transistor-to-transistor (TTL) or complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) digital circuits in electronics. The maximum or minimum reading mode displays the highest or lowest reading in a session to track a sudden increase or decrease in readings, and the average function displays the average of the recorded maximum or minimum values.
The peak + or - function records peak positive or negative values for AC current and AC voltage. The relative zero mode stores a reading in memory to use as a zero point for subsequent readings, allowing for quick comparison of readings. An audible continuity sensor confirms that the circuit conducts electricity, and a diode test detects whether the circuit's diodes work properly. The hold function keeps a reading on the display, even after the meter is disconnected. An auto power-off mode turns off the unit after 30 minutes of non-use to conserve battery life, and a low-battery indicator signals when the meter's batteries need to be replaced.
|30XR-A: TRMS DMM with Non-Contact Volt Tester||33XR-A: TRMS DMM with Temperature & Capacitance||34XR-A: TRMS DMM True RMS with Temperature & Backlight||35XP-A: TRMS DMM with Temperature, Frequency, and Capacitance||37XR-A: TRMS Digital Multimeter with Component Logic||38XR-A: TRMS DMM with Optical PC Interface|
|Resistance||200.0 O, 2.000 kO, 20.00 kO, 200.0 kO, 2.000 MO, 20.00 MO||400.0 O, 40.00 kO, 4.000 MO||400.0 O, 4.000 kO, 40.00 kO, 400.0 kO, 4.000 MO. 40.00 MO||400 W, 4 kW, 40 kW, 400 kW, 4 MW||1000.0 O, 10.000 kO, 100.00 kO, 1000.0 kO, 10.00 MO , 40.00 MO||1000.0 O, 10.000 kO, 100.00 kO, 1000.0 kO, 10.00 MO , 40.00 MO|
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|Capacitance||-||4.000 µF, 40.00 µF, 400.0 µF, 4000 µF||4.000 µF, 40.00 µF, 400.0 µF, 4000 µF||4 nF, 40 nF, 400 nF, 4 μF, 40 uF, 400 uF||40.00 nF. 400.0 nF, 4.000 µF, 40.00 µF, 400.0 µF||40.00 nF. 400.0 nF, 4.000 µF, 40.00 µF, 400.0 µF|
|Frequency||-||4.000 kHz, 40.00 kHz, 400.0 kHz, 1 MHz||4.000 kHz, 40.00 kHz, 400.0 kHz, 1 MHz||4.000 k, 40.00 k, 400.0 k, 1 MHz||100.00 Hz, 1.0000 kHz, 10.000 kHz, 100.00 kHz, 1.0000 MHz, 10.000 MHz||100.00 Hz, 1.0000 kHz, 10.000 kHz, 100.00 kHz, 1.0000 MHz, 10.000 MHz|
|Temperature||-||1832 °F (1000 °C)||1832 °F (1000 °C)||1832 °F (1000 °C)||-||2372 °F (1300 °C)|
|Duty cycle||-||-||0.0 % → 90.0 %||-||0.00 % → 90.0 %||0.00 % → 90.0 %|
What's in the box?
Amprobe 37XR-A TRMS digital multimeter
(1) Set test leads
(2) Alligator clips
(1) 9V battery (installed)
(2) 0.5 amp/1,000V fast-blow ceramic fuse (1 installed, 1 spare)
(1) 10 amp/1,000V fast-blow ceramic fuse (installed)
Magnetic strap holster
Style: 34XR-A: TRMS DMM w/Temp + Backlight
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The problem I have found with this meter is high interference when measuring without the covers on the leads. The leads come with 2 unscrewable covers over the ends of the leads for, I asumme, more accurate readings since in areas where other voltage sources are close by, inaccurate readings can occur. These ends prevent from measuring something inside a hole and must be removed if you need a longer tip. The meter comes with alligator clips for the end of the leads and a temperature probe.
One other problem I had is with the temperature probe. It is a straightforward design of a small box that plugs into the probe receptacles of the meter. My probe arrived broken but I dismantled the box by simply popping the box apart, it comes apart in halves, and reattaching the wires that had come off their proper positions.
The meter comes with an extra fuse located under the panel of the rear of the meter. There is a small fuse and a large fuse. The large fuse is only accessible by completely removing the outer case and taking the back panel of the meter off. The smaller fuse is the only one that includes a replacement. The small fuses are the ones likely to go if measuring basic currents/voltages. I've found replacements for under 5 dollars.Read more ›
That said, the 38SW-A RS232 Software/Cable that this interfaces with (sold separately) is kind of clunky, so you may want to consider the Amprobe 37XR-A, which lacks the serial interfaces but can measure inductances -- a useful feature.
Although I don't have any major complaints, the device still has room for improvement. E.g. the continuity check is really slow (even if you touch the probes together, it takes a while before it beeps) and the selector switch is kind of mushy. In other words, it shares many of the shortcomings of the Amprobe 34XR-A that Dave Jones reviews in his $100 multimeter shootout (search youtube). That said, the innards of the 38XR-A are better than the innards of the 34XR-A. (E.g the 38XR-A dosen't have its piezoelectric buzzer poorly attached.)
The case is very solid and the range switch clicks into place nicely. The screen has decent contrast and the characters are large and easy to read. It holds it's own in accuracy against any of my Flukes, and It is pretty cool looking too.
If you are looking for a good budget meter this is a good one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very usable and has many features in one portable unit. I bought it after I sow EEVBLOG review and was not disappointed.Published 7 months ago by AlfaGulf
This is a great DMM. It was probably more than I needed, but it's nice to know that I can trouble shoot any problem around the house with this meter.Published 11 months ago by Russell Banks
I truly like this tester, my only complaint is that they are EXTREMELY fragilePublished 16 months ago by James R Fox
This is a very nice meter. I use it on my bench for hobby projects and around the house when needed. Great price and a very useful meter.Published 16 months ago by Fred
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