|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.6 x 7.2 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||177 ESFP|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime warranty|
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Fluke 177 ESFP True RMS Digital Multimeter with Backlight, 50 Megaohm Resistance, 1000V AC/DC Voltage, 10A AC/DC Current
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- 6000 counts, updates 4 x second digital and 33 segments, updates 40 x second analog bargraph display
- Automatically turns off after 2 minutes to save battery life; the timeout feature can be disabled with a power-up option
- Hold: freezes the display at the push of a button; auto hold: display holds present reading until it detects new stable input, then the meter beeps and displays new reading
- Minimum, maximum, and average reading memory; In auto range, the meter selects the range with the best resolution for the present measurement value
- The message "LEAd" appears briefly on the display when the rotary switch is moved to or from any A (Amps) position
- Manual and automatic ranging with display hold and auto hold
- Frequency and capacitance measurements; resistance, continuity and diode measurements
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Of course, you may not need the accuracy that this model has, or true RMS for measuring AC, or some of the other features. If you just make an occassional voltage check, maybe a cheapy from Radio Shack will do the job. But if you make your living with electrical equipment or electronics, or you are a serious hobbyist, the features, usability, durability, and accuracy of this DMM make it worth getting. And the backlight feature has already proven itself useful, the first time I used it.
These things are really tough too! I try to take care of my tools but when you are in a dirty harsh factory or construction sight things happen, I have never seen a Fluke die in 20 years. They can be dropped, covered in mud, used in the rain, oil, grease you name it and still work just fine.
These 177's are great because they are nice and compact. You can hold them easily with one hand and operate the range switch with your thumb even with gloves with practice. This is really great when you are trying to get some reading standing on a ladder or something and you don't want to drop it.
The only difference between this and a Fluke 179 is this one does not have temperature. If you don't need it save some money and get this one, if you do buy the Fluke 179.
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My only (minor) complaint is that I'd go with one of the slightly more expensive but more capable versions next time but it's a very solid multimeter.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This is exactly what i needed for my workshop. The auto-range function is a real time saver. Needles to say, have a fuse in the amp meter
is a great feature too.